Sophie Kemp, Partner in our Public Law Team, was quoted in the Independant and International Business Times on Tuesday 26 May. Sophie highlighted decisions by the government that could come under scrutiny from a public inquiry.
“The decision to order a Covid-19 inquiry will require significant political bravery. Some of the most difficult decisions a government has ever had to make will fall under the spotlight, and, as the crisis continues to unfold, yet more decisions will come into focus."
Sophie recently wrote a more in depth article on this subject which can be found on our website 'The future public inquiry into COVID-19'. A shortened version of her article appeared in the New Law Journal.
About Sophie Kemp
Sophie Kemp is an experienced public lawyer, advising on major public inquiries, judicial review, and modern slavery and human rights. Sophie acts for individuals, charities, companies and regulatory bodies in judicial review litigation.
She has considerable investigative and public inquiry experience representing individuals, institutions, charities, public figures and senior professionals in major public inquiries, inquests, IOPC investigations, and before Select Committees.