Anna Morris appointed King’s Counsel

4 January 2023

Anna Morris KC

We are delighted to announce that Anna Morris has been appointed as King’s Counsel.

His Majesty The King, on the advice of the Lord Chancellor following consideration by the independent KCA Selection Panel, announced the results of the King’s Counsel appointments on the 23rd December 2022.

Anna has a long standing reputation as a leading junior specialising in inquests and inquiries, civil liberties, international human rights and both private and public law claims involving public authorities. Anna is recognised as a Leading Junior by Chambers and Partners and The Legal 500 in all of her core practice areas. In 2022, Anna was appointed as Counsel to the Inquest in a complex multiagency case involving the death of a baby. Anna is currently instructed as leading counsel in the Covid 19 Public Inquiry by a large number of individuals impacted by the C19 vaccine. She also represented a number of families in the Manchester Arena Inquiry. As junior counsel, Anna represented 14 families who lost loved ones at the historic Inquests into the Hillsborough Stadium disaster.

Anna is the Human Rights Editor of Stones’ Justices’ Manual (Lexis Nexis) and the Author of “The Protest Handbook” (2nd Ed 2020) (Bloomsbury Professional).

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