AREAS OF EXPERTISE:
Aisling became a tenant at Kings Chambers in September 2018, following the completion of a specialist Court of Protection and clinical negligence pupillage under the supervision of Helen Mulholland, Richard Livingston and Sam Karim KC.
Aisling has a fast-growing Court of Protection practice specialising in health and welfare cases. She also has experience in a wide range of property and affairs matters.
In addition, Aisling accepts instructions in all areas of clinical negligence work.
Aisling is committed to promoting equality and diversity. She is a member of the recruitment committee and mentors pupils in Chambers.
Areas of Expertise
Court of Protection
Aisling is establishing a fast-growing Court of Protection practice, specialising primarily in health and welfare cases. She acts on behalf of P, local authorities, health bodies and family members. Aisling is experienced in deprivation of liberty cases (including both Section 21A and Section 16 applications), as well as more complex restrictions such as covert medication and the removal of body hair. During the pandemic, Aisling acted for a health body in an application relating to the COVID-19 vaccine and restraint.
Aisling has particular expertise in cases concerning sexual relations, having regularly acted in TZ-style applications in the High Court. She recently appeared in the Court of Appeal in a landmark case addressing the Sexual Offences Act 2003 ( EWCOP 25;  EWCA Civ 1527).
Furthermore, Aisling is frequently instructed in property and affairs matters. She has represented the Public Guardian, professional deputies, local authorities and family members in cases involving lasting powers of attorney and deputyship.
Clinical Negligence and Healthcare
Aisling has extensive experience in a range of clinical negligence disputes, including misdiagnosis/delayed diagnosis, substandard treatment and consent. She is regularly instructed to act in cases concerning hospitals, GPs and dentists.
Aisling has particular expertise in cases involving protected parties and an intersection with the Court of Protection.
Education and Awards
BPTC – BPP University Law School, Manchester
BA Hons (Jurisprudence) – Magdalen College, University of Oxford
Lowry-Calvert Scholarship – Middle Temple
Littleton Chambers Labour Law Prize – University of Oxford
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