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Professor Emeritus David Feldman QC (Hon), FBA joins Cambridge Approaches legal team

The Cambridge Approaches legal team is very privileged to be joined by David Feldman.

David has taught, researched, written about and adjudicated in relation to law, especially constitutional and administrative law and human rights, including historical, comparative and philosophical aspects, for over 45 years. 

He has held many prestigious posts including Legal Adviser, Parliamentary Joint Select Committee on Human Rights, 2000-2004, Judge of the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2002-2010 (a Vice-President 2006-2009) and Rouse Ball Professor of English Law, University of Cambridge, 2004-2018 (now Emeritus). He is an Academic Associate at 39 Essex Chambers, London and was elected Hon. Bencher at Lincoln’s Inn in 2003, elected FBA in 2006, appointed Hon. Q.C. in 2008 and awarded Hon. LL.D. from the University of Bristol in 2013. 

He is the author of a large number of books, articles, chapters and shorter works on many aspects of public, private and criminal law and procedure, including Civil Liberties and Human Rights in England and Wales 2nd edn (OUP, 2002), (as Ed.) English Public Law 2nd edn (OUP, 2009), and (as Ed.) Law in Politics, Politics in Law (Hart, 2013). 

7 replies on “Professor Emeritus David Feldman QC (Hon), FBA joins Cambridge Approaches legal team”

The southern route appears to be (is) totally illogical. With sincere thanks to Professor Feldman QC for his work on our behalf

Great news – thank you Prof. David Feldman for helping all South Cambs fight this EWR Option E proposal.

Great news, and well done to the whole team for persisting in the face of such dismissiveness from EWR. All your efforts are greatly appreciated

39 Essex Chambers are a good set and have done me proud in the past. A big welcome to David .

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