Emily MacKenzie is a barrister and a tenant of Brick Court Chambers.
Emily’s practice spans administrative, public international, commercial and EU law. She has considerable expertise in complex public law and human rights issues, pharmaceutical regulation and Francovich damages in particular. Emily regularly appears as an advocate, both led and unled, including in the High Court, Court of Appeal, CJEU and in arbitral proceedings.
Before coming to the Bar, Emily taught European Human Rights Law and Roman Law part-time at Lincoln College, Oxford. This was after completing an LL.M at New York University School of Law, where she specialised in public international law, international human rights law and counter terrorism. As an undergraduate Emily also spent a year studying French Law at Université Paris II Panthéon-Assas.
From January to August 2014 Emily worked as an international law fellow at the American Society of International Law in Washington DC, where she was involved in a wide variety of international law issues, both public and private.
Emily co-wrote the chapters on Human Rights in Land Law and Ownership in An Introduction to Land Law, (4thEd. Hart, 2015).