Camilla Hart, Associate
Camilla specialises in Commonwealth and International law, Constitutional and Administrative law, with a particular focus on appeals to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council.
She works closely with various Governments and international companies on their respective appeals to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council covering a wide variety of legal issues. Camilla is a member of the Supreme Court and Privy Council Practitioner User Group and gives her time to provide assistance in proposing amendments to the Rules and/or Practice Directions published by the Court, arising out of her experience.
Camilla is admitted to practise in England and Wales.
- R v Jogee  UKSC 8 Ruddock v The Queen (Jamaica)  UKPC 7  2 W.L.R. 681;  2 All E.R. 1 – In this landmark case, the Supreme Court examined the doctrine of joint enterprise and the mental element of intent that must be proved, when a defendant is accused of being a secondary party to a crime
- Ferguson & ors v Attorney General of Trinidad & Tobago  UKPC 2; 40 B.H.R.C. 715 - Concerned the introduction of a statutory limitation period for prosecutions which was repealed two weeks later. Persons affected by that repeal, brought an action of legitimate expectation and constitutional interference
- United Policyholders Group v Attorney General of Trinidad and Tobago  UKPC 17;  1 W.L.R. 3383 - Judicial review proceedings were brought on the ground of legitimate expectation by investment policy holders of a large insurance company
- Sexius v Attorney General of Saint Lucia  1 WLR 3236: The Privy Council considered the scope of the right to silence and its interplay with the right to a fair trial
- Stubbs v The Queen  3 WLR 1638 (Bahamas): The appeal concerned the fair trial provisions in the constitution and provided guidance on trial judges sitting on appeals