Henrietta is an official CPDcast contributor and contributes to the following podcasts:
Henrietta Hill specialises in inquests, discrimination law, claims against the police and related public law work. She has vast experience representing the families of those who have died in custody or in other suspicious circumstances. Notable cases of this type include the inquests into the deaths of Jean Charles de Menezes and Diana Princess of Wales. In civil action work, Henrietta is regularly instructed in cases of assault, false imprisonment and malicious prosecution against the police. She has particular expertise in bringing discrimination claims against the police, prisons and other public authorities and service providers. Indeed she is the author of Blackstone's Guide to the Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000 - the Act which was the starting point for such claims.
Henrietta also has a wide international experience including several cases before the European Court of Human Rights (including some on behalf of Fair Trials Abroad) and Privy Council work (both civil and criminal).
Chambers and Partners 2010 lists Henrietta as a leading junior in police law, civil liberties, public and administrative law and employment law. In December 2006 she received the Liberty/JUSTICE Peter Duffy Award (formerly the Young Human Rights Lawyer of the Year Award).
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