Sarah Burton, Associate in our Public Law team, appeared on BBC Radio 4's programme 'Families versus the state: An unfair fight?' on Tuesday 1 October.
Sarah speaks about the issues that arose during the Westminster Bridge Inquest and what needs to be done to prevent future deaths. Sarah appears at 29:49 in the audio clip. To listen to the programme on the BBC's website, please see here.
To learn about the Westminster Bridge Inquest and the issues that arose in more depth, please see Sarah Burton and Adam Chapman's blog 'Over £450,000 for the state and £0 for PC Palmer’s family at the Westminster Bridge Inquest - how the inequality of arms at inquests looks set to continue'.
Sarah Burton is an Associate in our Public Law team. Sarah has particular experience of advising in relation to complex inquest matters and was recently instructed in the Westminster Bridge inquest with Adam Chapman, Partner and Head of our Public Law team.