Isabel McArdle

Isabel McArdle

Barrister

1 Crown Office Row

Isabel McArdle has extensive experience in healthcare law (including clinical negligence, cross-over public law matters, personal injury and inquests), public law (including human rights and public inquiries) and indirect tax. She acts for Claimants and Defendants and was appointed to the Attorney General’s C Panel in 2014.

Isabel’s experience is wide ranging and includes birth injuries, wrongful birth, surgical complications, and orthopaedic injuries. She has particular experience in human rights claims arising in the healthcare setting.

Her inquest experience has had an emphasis on surgical problems and general practice diagnosis and referral.

Selected Cases

  • Ian Paterson litigation: (Acted for various Claimants against a Consultant Breast Surgeon facing allegations including performing an unauthorised mastectomy technique and unnecessary surgical procedures.)
  • Inquest into the Death of John Moore-Robinson: (Acted for the family of the Deceased, whose internal bleeding was not diagnosed at A&E, resulting in his death shortly after. This was a second inquest, involving care provided by the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust.)

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