Attiq Malik is a solicitor-advocate and director at Liberty Law Solicitors, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire.
Leonie Millard acted for the first recipient of higher damages for a personal injury settlement
Michelle Gray represented Georgina O’Brien, who succeeded with her Court of Appeal claim against a school in Bolton.
Kevin Donoghue won £60,000 compensation for client wrongfully arrested on suspicion of sharing indecent images of children.
Laura Janes's Howard League for Penal Reform brought JR on behalf of a boy held in prolonged solitary confinement in a London prison.
Nasir Hafezi represented Amy Partington, who was found not guilty by a Crown court jury.
Liz Ward represented US software company in a trademark infringement case brought by UK retailer Argos.
Jacqueline McGuigan represented Gary Smith, who wanted to reduce his working days at Pimlico Plumbers following a heart attack.
Rodger Burnett represented Robin Waistell who successfully sued Network Rail.
Debaleena Dasgupta represented young brothers as local education authority admitted discrimination.
Chris Fry represented a wheelchair user who was unable to board a FirstGroup bus.
Yasmin Aslam is representing Phillip Harkins, who is wanted in Florida for murder during an attempted robbery in 1999.
Yogi Amin represents motor-neurone disease sufferer Noel Conway in a JR that could result in a change to the law on assisted dying.
Adam Tudor represented the Mahmood family, who received a full apology from the Mail columnist over two articles.
Malcolm Johnson instructed to represent alleged victims of historic sexual abuse in football.
Sue Bowler represented Royal Marine Phillip Eaglesham in High Court battle after he suffered a life-changing disability while on tour.
Christopher Atkinson acted for solicitor who sued mountain bike instructor over life-changing injuries.
Hal Branch acted for a 71-year-old who was sent to prison for contempt of court.
Zoe Fleetwood acted for 14-year-old girl who wanted her body to be preserved after her death.
Rachelle Mahapatra led a team of lawyers representing Lucy Cookson, who suffered a catastrophic brain injury following childbirth.
Nigel Mackay worked on the case against Uber at the Central London Employment Tribunal.
Shaun Draycott represented football player who was last week acquitted of rape.
David Greene is representing claimant seeking judicial review of government’s decision to formally trigger article 50.
Matthew Garbutt is acting for commuter campaign group formed in response to Southern train problems.
Alan Fox assumed oversight of the prosecution of Merlin Attractions Operations Ltd following theme park collision.
Natasha McDermott was part of the team that took the case of Ismail Abdurahman to the European Court of Human Rights.
Hilary Meredith’s firm was approached by more than 1,000 British troops prescribed controversial anti-malaria drug.
Jonathan Grimes acted for Colonel Kumar Lama, a Nepalese national and officer in the Nepal Army, who was accused of torture.
Mike Hayward acted for rape victim who had originally been imprisoned for perverting the course of justice.
Boris Bronfentrinker is representing UK consumers in an opt-out collective action.
Richard Cramer acted for Lucy Ward, who successfully pursued a claim for unfair dismissal and sex discrimination.
Frances Hughes acted for former supermodel awarded £53m cash lump sum after High Court battle.
Suzi Denton represented a couple who won an appeal paving the way for them to use their late daughter’s eggs to conceive a grandchild.
Karen Todner represents man accused of hacking into various US government agencies.
Persephone Bridgman Baker acted for woman wrongly identified on newspaper website.
Andrew Cave represented man convicted of burglary and stalking the pop star.
Daniel Kindell acted for 260 former employees of City Link, who will share award after winning an employment tribunal claim.
Saimo Chahal QC (Hon) acted for junior doctors in a judicial review challenging the government’s new contract.