Bhatt Murphy Solicitors

defending civil liberties

Welcome to Bhatt Murphy

Bhatt Murphy was established in 1998 by a group of lawyers who share a commitment to the protection of civil liberties.

We offer specialist help to members of the public who seek accountability from the state and its officers. 

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.

Published Wednesday June 29 2022
Inquest finds multi-agency failures before the death of Jessie Laverack
Coroner to make a report to prevent future deaths addressed to the Home Secretary, the Minister for Health and the Minister for Justice for better training and recognition of the link between domestic abuse and suicide.
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Published Monday April 11 2022
Bereaved families, survivors and residents criticise central and local government failures in the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower Fire
In the opening statement, Danny Friedman QC highlighted the void created by the practical and moral collapse of local government and its impact on our clients.
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Published Monday April 11 2022
Jury blast failings around death in Lancashire police cell
Kelly Hartigan-Burns died in December 2016 after self-ligaturing in a Blackburn police cell. One officer after another had failed to consider or act upon clear information showing she was a high risk of suicide and treated her with disinterest and disdain.
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Published Monday May 16 2022
High Court discharges INEOS protest injunctions
Our client Joe Corré has won a significant victory for those wishing to be able to protest against fracking. Today, in INEOS v Persons Unknown, HHJ Klein sitting as a judge of the High Court made orders that resulted in the remaining injunctions being discharged.
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Published Tuesday March 22 2022
Daniel Morgan family statement in response to HMICFRS report on police corruption in the Met
The family of Daniel Morgan have released a statement in response to the HMICFRS report which finds that the Met’s approach to tackling police corruption is not fit for purpose.
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