The team at 30 Park Place is regularly instructed in some of the most high profile inquests and inquiries including;
Members have significant experience in complex article 2 ECHR compliant inquests including death in police custody, systemic failures on the part of local authorities, CAMHS and the probation service. The personal injury and clinical negligence team appear at inquests providing consistent representation throughout any subsequent fatal accident litigation. We also represent clients in inquests with HSE involvement alleging gross negligent manslaughter.
Members of the team act on behalf of families, the police, the NHS and the MOJ.
We have appeared in cases challenging Coroners’ rulings by way of judicial review having recently successfully challenged a refusal to hold an article 2 ECHR inquest and have successfully challenged the Coroner’s refusal to reopen an inquest following a conviction for murder of the deceased assailant.
Chambers provide inquest training to local solicitors to increase local representation for bereaved Welsh families.
Chambers accept some pro bono cases in addition to legal aid and private matters.
'30 Park Place Chambers is home to Lloyd Williams QC and Christian Howells, who appear in a wide range of inquests as well as high-profile national inquiries. The pair represent hundreds of victims from Wales and Northern Ireland in the Infected Blood Inquiry, and also act for Cardiff City Football Club in inquest into the death of Emiliano Sala, a new signing for the club who died in an air crash off Alderney in January 2019.' - Legal 500, 2021
30 Park Place Chambers is home to Lloyd Williams QC and Christian Howells, who appear in a wide range of inquests as well as high-profile national inquiries - the pair represent Haemophilia Wales and over 200 affected individuals in the tainted blood inquiry - Legal 500, 2020