Chaynee Hodgetts interviews Michael Rawlinson QC, of 12 King’s Bench Walk and Kings Chambers

Described by Chambers UK 2021 as “an encyclopaedic legal brain”, Michael Rawlinson QC’s approach to cases is not what one would expect. A pragmatic silk, reading Westlaw as part of his morning routine, his unassuming and unpretentious down-to-earth manner belies an approach to cases which is rather different to one’s average silk – who is notably very much at ease with both his lay and solicitor clients. His unique and unconventional caseload, however, differs substantially from the norm – with litigation and inquests involving matters such as aviation, contamination claims, human rights, and personal injury (but often in unusual circumstances).

His cases are dynamic and diverse – covering ...

Chaynee Hodgetts
Features and Opinion Editor & Barrister
Solicitors Journal & Libertas Chambers

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