Oliver Lewis of Doughty Street Chambers is regularly instructed to advise on human rights and negligence claims concerning health and social care. He also practises in the Court of Protection, inquests and international human rights law. He tweets at @DrOliverLewis.
Oliver is a member of the legal team advising ‘Covid-19 Bereaved Families for Justice’, a group of over 1,500 people who have lost relatives to Coronavirus: www.covidfamiliesforjustice.org
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