Tim Buley

Biography

Tim’s practice is very broad, both in terms of subject matter and client base. He has particular experience of human rights, planning and environmental law, local government (taxation, standards, finance, community care), immigration and social security. His work has also included general regulatory public law and procurement, regulation of exports, foreign and defence policy, funding of public services, property / public law crossover, health and mental health, and prisons. He has extensive experience of EU, data protection and freedom of information law.

His client base is equally broad, including individuals, commercial organisations, NGO’s and pressure groups (including Reprieve, Public Law Project, CPAG, Mind, JCWI, Reprieve, Bail for Immigration Detainees, and the Environmental Law Foundation), and central and local government (including the Environment Agency, the Intellectual Property Office, the Land Registry, the Parole Board, the Marine Fisheries Agency, the Gangmaster’s Licensing Association, HMRC, various NHS Trusts, and most central government departments).

Published Works

Areas of Practice

Environment

Year Qualified

2000

Education

LL.M. in Public Law: King’s College London
Law: City University London

Memberships

Immigration Law Practitioners' Association
Human Rights Lawyers Association
JUSTICE
Environmental Law Foundation
Bar Pro Bono Unit
Planning and Environment Bar Association