Experience

Anthony practises in public and private law. He has particular experience in immigration, prison and police law, coroners’ inquests and civil damages claims.

Anthony was appointed to the Attorney General’s C Panel in March 2019.

Awards

  • BPTC Exhibition Award, Inner Temple (2010)
  • Duke of Edinburgh Entrance Award, Inner Temple (2009)
  • GDL Exhibition Award, Inner Temple (2009)
  • Ede & Ravenscroft Academic Prize, University of Leeds (2008)

Education

  • BPTC (Outstanding), College of Law (2011)
  • GDL (Distinction), BPP Law School (2010)
  • BA (Hons) English Language and Literature (First Class),
  • University of Leeds (2009)

Professional Memberships

Administrative Law Bar Association
Personal Injuries Bar Association
Advocate


Attorney General Panel

Appointed to C panel

TGC Fraud Newsletter Issue VI – September 2017

21st September 2017

Please see link below for Issue 6 of TGC Fraud Update, a publication we have set up with the stated aim of facilitating the sharing of information about decided claims involving issues of road traffic fraud and related matters.


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TGC Fraud Update v3 – June 2016

22nd June 2016

Stemming the tide of the fraud.
Please see link below for the third edition of TGC Fraud Update, a publication we have set up with the stated aim of facilitating the sharing of information about decided claims involving issues of road traffic fraud and related matters.


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Anthony Lenanton appointed to Crown C Panel

22nd January 2019

TGC offers congratulations to Anthony Lenanton on his appointment to the London C Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown by the Attorney General with effect from 1 March 2019.


Anthony Lenanton acts for the IPCC in Article 5 ECHR claim.

16th November 2017

Anthony Lenanton, instructed by Glynis Craig of IPCC Legal Services, represented the Independent Police Complaints Commission in defending a claim in respect of an alleged breach of Article 5(2) of the European Convention on Human Rights (right to be informed promptly of reasons for arrest).

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TGC Fraud Update v3 – June 2016

22nd June 2016

Stemming the tide of the fraud.

Please see link below for the third edition of TGC Fraud Update, a publication we have set up with the stated aim of facilitating the sharing of information about decided claims involving issues of road traffic fraud and related matters.


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Data collection

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  • For my legitimate interests, namely that you are my client.

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  • Assist in training pupils and mini-pupils;
  • Investigate and address any queries or concerns you may raise;
  • Investigate or address legal proceedings relating to your use of my services, or as otherwise allowed by law;
  • Manage my business finances, for example, credit control; and,
  • To comply with my legal and regulatory obligations.

I do not use automated decision-making in the processing of your personal data.

I collect and process both personal data and special categories of personal data as defined in the GDPR. This includes:

Client data

  • Name;
  • Email;
  • Phone number;
  • Address;
  • Payment or bank details;
  • Date of birth;
  • Gender or sex;
  • Ethnic origin;
  • Sexual orientation;
  • Marital status
  • Religion or belief;
  • Location details;
  • Device IP address;
  • Financial information, including bank details;
  • Employment history;
  • Pension, national insurance and social security information;
  • Social services records;
  • Government records, e.g. passport or driving licence details;
  • Trade union activity
  • Medical records;
  • Allegations made;
  • Disciplinary records; and
  • Criminal records

I may share your personal data with:

  • Instructing solicitors;
  • Pupil or mini pupil, under my training;
  • Opposing solicitors, counsel or other legal representatives, for the purposes of resolving the case;
  • Members of the judiciary;
  • Court staff;
  • My Chambers management and staff who provide administrative services;
  • Other barristers in Chambers, for example, to check for conflicts of interest;
  • My regulator, the Bar Council or my professional indemnity insurers or legal advisors in the event of a dispute or other legal matter;
  • Law enforcement officials, government authorities, or other third parties to meet my legal obligations; and
  • Any other party where I ask you and you consent to the sharing.

Transfers to third countries and international organisations

I do not transfer any personal data to third countries or international organisations.

I retain your personal data while you remain a client unless you ask me to delete it. My Retention and Disposal Policy (copy available on request) details for how long I hold data and how I dispose of it when it no longer needs to be held. I will delete or anonymise your information at your request unless:

  • There is an unresolved issue, such as claim or dispute or unpaid fees;
  • I am legally required to; or
  • There are overriding legitimate business interests, including but not limited to fraud prevention and protecting clients’ safety and security.

Your Rights

The General Data Protection Regulation gives you specific rights around your personal data. For example, you have to be informed about the information I hold and what I use it for, you can ask for a copy of the personal information I hold about you, you can ask me to correct any inaccuracies with the personal data I hold, you can ask me to stop sending you direct mail, or emails, or in some circumstances ask me to stop processing your details. Finally, if I do something irregular or improper with your personal data you can seek compensation for any distress you are caused or loss you have incurred. You can find out more information from the ICO’s website http://ico.org.uk/for_the_public/personal_information and this is the organisation that you can complain to if you are unhappy with how I dealt with your data.

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You may request access to, correction of, or a copy of your information by contacting me at Temple Garden Chambers, 1 Harcourt Buildings, Temple, London EC4Y 9DA.

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