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New Park Court Chambers

"Regarded as ‘one of the most prominent sets for crime in the North of England’."
- Legal 500 2015

Private Client

"Clients 'would strongly recommend New Park Court Chambers to anyone looking for a strong criminal or regulatory lawyer'."
- Chambers and Partners 2016

Chloe Hudson 2003

Chloe Hudson 2003

Called – 2003


Chloe has been a member of New Park Court Chambers since 2003 and has developed a busy and broadly based regulatory, family and criminal practice. She read Ancient and Modern History at the University of Oxford and graduated in 2001 (MA Oxon).


Legal 500 2017 (Crime) & (Regulatory, Health and Safety and Licensing): ‘an excellent junior, who is down to earth, practical and meticulous’.

Legal 500 2015: “undertakes a significant amount of work for parents in care proceedings.”

Legal 500 2014: “client friendly and hardworking.”

Legal 500 2013: “recommended for cases involving children.”

Legal 500 2012: “is an extremely competent and articulate advocate.”

Legal 500 2011: “a very effective junior, particularly in care proceedings.”

Scholarships and Awards:

Lord Haldane Scholarship, Hardwicke Entrance Award (2002, Lincoln’s Inn)

Pegasus Scholar, internship at the Crown Law Office, Wellington, New Zealand (2006, Inner Temple)

Chloe was Chairman of the Harehills and Chapeltown Law Centre Management Committee (2011-2014)



Chloe prosecutes for the General Medical Council before the Fitness to Practise and Interim Orders Tribunals of the Medical Practitioners’ Tribunal Service. These are also civil proceedings with rules of evidence and procedure similar to those applicable in the criminal courts. The hearings can cover all aspects of professional misconduct, including deficient professional performance and often involve extremely sensitive subject matter. She has worked on several cases that have received national coverage including:

  • A Paediatric Cardiac Surgeon at Leeds Hospitals NHS Trust regarding allegations of misconduct which lead to the temporary closure of the unit;
  • A professor of asthma and respiratory medicine at Imperial College London regarding allegations of misconduct involving dishonest billing for privately paid work;
  • An emergency doctor who withdrew life sustaining drugs from an intensive care patient without authority and who falsely believed the patient was ‘brain dead’.

Has conducted Police Misconduct Hearings for officers from Northumbria, Nottinghamshire and South Yorkshire Police Forces.


Chloe has a busy practice encompassing all areas of Criminal Litigation in the Crown Court. She is a Level 4 Prosecutor and is on the Crown Prosecution Service Rape and Child Sexual Abuse list of specialist prosecutors.  Crime is a significant proportion of Chloe’s practice and she regularly appears, for both the prosecution and the defence, in a range of cases dealing with serious crime including: murder, manslaughter, serious sexual assaults, drugs and violence. Chloe has expertise in dealing with cases involving non-accidental injuries to babies and small children, particularly those with concurrent family proceedings. Chloe recently prosecuted a so called ‘shaken baby’ case being led by Dafydd Enoch QC.


Experienced family lawyer, as recognised by the Legal 500, who regularly appears (particularly for parents) in care proceedings. Chloe has conducted cases involving the most difficult issues, including allegations of sexual abuse and non-accidental injuries to children.

LA v DS and LD (2016)

Led by Taryn Lee QC representing a Father accused of causing non-accidental injuries including burns, bites and fractures to a 12-week-old baby.

LA v B (2016)

Successfully represented a Mother whose 3 older children had been taken into care. The Guardian supported the Local Authority’s position that the youngest child should also be removed. Court found in favour of the Mother and the child remained with her.

LA v H (2016)

Representation of a Father in proceedings brought in respect of non-accidental injuries to a child. After a ten-day finding of fact hearing the client was exonerated.

Re B (Prohibited Steps Order) 2008 1 FLR 6213

Successfully represented the Mother at the Court of Appeal in an application concerning relocation within the United Kingdom.


Since 2012 Chloe has lectured to the undergraduates of Manchester Medical School on the law and procedure of the General Medical Council and Medical Practitioners’ Tribunal Service.

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