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Welcome to Bhatt Murphy Solicitors

Bhatt Murphy is a team of lawyers who work together to make a contribution to the protection of civil liberties.

We offer specialist help to members of the public who seek accountability from the state and its officers. Our focus is upon the treatment of individuals by the criminal justice system (including the police, the prison service and the prosecuting agencies) as well as those within immigration detention.

We are motivated by the needs of our clients and use the law as a tool to assist in the realisation of their objectives. We aim to deliver a high quality legal service irrespective of our client’s ability to pay. We seek to contribute to the progressive development of the law and to the protection of civil liberties outside the courts.

We rely upon a collaborative style to ensure that our clients benefit from the commitment of their own individual lawyer as well as the creativity and innovation of the entire team.

IPCC upholds black fireman’s Met race complaint

The Independent Police Complaint Commission has upheld a complaint against six Metropolitan Police officers lodged by firefighter Edric Kennedy-Macfoy, finding that the officers have a case to answer for race discrimination. Shamik Dutta of Bhatt Murphy is acting for Mr Kennedy-Macfoy Read more about IPCC upholds black fireman’s Met race complaint

Met apologises to rape victim

A disabled rape victim has received an apology and £11,000 from the Metropolitan Police for failing to investigate her allegation of rape by a stranger in a public toilet in 2010. It has also now agreed to open a fresh police investigation after the original investigation failed to pursue forensic evidence and CCTV footage. Nogah Ofer acts for the Claimant. Read more about Met apologises to rape victim

Prisoner wins judicial review

On 24 November 2014 the Administrative Court found that a decision to impose “safeguarding children measures,” which prevented a prisoner from having contact with his daughter, was unlawful. Jane Ryan of Bhatt Murphy and Dan Squires of Matrix Chambers acted for the Claimant. Read more about Prisoner wins judicial review

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