Amanda Weston is a barrister at garden Court Chambers. She practises across a wide range of public and administrative law fields with an emphasis on civil liberties and vulnerable client groups. Substantive areas of her public law practice include community care, mental health and mental capacity, unlawful detention, national security measures such as deprivation of citizenship, local authority, prison law, human rights and discrimination. She has particular in cases raising EU law in the justice and security context and challenges to government policy.
Amanda is rated as a leading junior in the Legal 500 and Chambers UK in the fields of Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Immigration and Court of Protection (Welfare).