Public inquiries

Public inquiry experts representing families at the Grenfell Tower Inquiry

On 15 June 2017, the Prime Minister announced that there would be a public inquiry into the fire at Grenfell Tower, which took place on 14 June 2017, and where 72 people tragically lost their lives. Slater and Gordon’s team of public inquiry specialists represent a number of the grieving families in this high profile inquiry.

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What is the Grenfell Tower inquiry?

On 14th June 2017, a fire broke out in the 24 storey Grenfell Tower Block of flats in North Kensington, West London. 72 people were killed as a result. A public inquiry into the disaster was announced by Prime Minster, Theresa May the following day.

Our team of inquiry specialists represent six core participants and their families in the inquiry, which began in September 2017 as well as a large umber of claimants in civil litigation arising from the disaster.

The inquiry was split into two phases. Our team are active in pushing for the implementation of the phase 1 recommendations and lending our support to the many thousands of individuals who have been left with dangerous cladding on their properties, as well as representing our clients and their families in their fight for justice and answers through phase 2 of the inquiry.

Contact us

If a public inquiry has been announced which affects you and you believe you should be be recognised as a Core Participant, read more about what we can do to help or simply contact our experts by emailing

Meet the public inquiries and inquests experts

Meet our specialist public inquiry team have worked on some of the most high-profile and groundbreaking cases in recent years.

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