Viewing: Inquests, Public Inquiries and Coronial Law for Matthew Brunning
Matthew Brunning has wide experience of representing a variety of parties in inquests arising from a range of incidents. He has acted for families, insurers, prisons and other agencies in inquests arising from a variety of deaths in custody (suicide, drug overdose, coeliac disease and so forth), at work (from land fill sites to vineyards) and on roads. He regularly undertakes inquests for various arms of the government, having been on the T-Sol panel since December 2007, and thus has significant experience of article 2 inquests.
‘He has a very calm and measured manner which inspires confidence in him.’
Legal 500 2015
Matthew Brunning offers a "high level of service".
Legal 500 2011
Attorney General’s Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown (2007)
Personal Injuries Bar Association; PNBA
BA (Worcester College, Oxford)