Lisa Busch QC has joined Cornerstone Barristers from Landmark Chambers, bringing the number of silks at the set up to 15.
Busch is known for her work on high profile and complex public law matters. In addition to public law, including equality and human rights, she specialises in local government, planning and environmental law, and immigration.
She was called to the Bar in 2000 and took silk in 2016. Before taking silk, she was on the Attorney General's A Panel of Counsel and she is on the Equality and Human Rights Commission's Panel of Counsel.
Philip Kolvin QC, Head of Chambers at Cornerstone, said: "Lisa is a premier league public law practitioner with a stellar reputation for handling high-profile, difficult cases. Her practice spans multiple areas, from environment to local government matters, planning, human rights and immigration. Lisa's decision to join Cornerstone Barristers testifies that our set is going from strength to strength.”
Chief Executive Elizabeth Woodman said: "We are very pleased to welcome Lisa to Cornerstone Barristers. Our team has grown in strength and number over the past year, with the announcement of five new silks in the past two rounds and two new barristers joining from other sets.”
Lisa Busch QC said: "I am utterly delighted to be joining this leading set and I look forward to developing all areas of my practice in the collegiate environment that it provides.”