- Clerk Name: Stuart Pringle
- Clerk Telephone: 01962 868 884
- Clerk Email: [email protected]
Tagbo Ilozue accepts instructions across a broad range of Chambers’ specialisms, with a particular interest in regulatory crime, inquests, personal injury, professional negligence, professional discipline, and public law.
He brings to his practice as a barrister the knowledge and experience that he gained working as a doctor in a variety of medical and surgical specialities. Before leaving his medical career, he completed the membership exams of both the Royal College of Surgeons and the Royal College of Physicians. He also holds a doctorate in Developmental Biology and a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy & Psychology.
Professional Discipline and Regulatory Law
Tagbo Ilozue is a member of the 3PB Public and Regulatory Group and a member of the Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers. He will advise and act for regulators and registrants in relation to proceedings before any professional regulator. His medical background gives him an invaluable insight in proceedings before the healthcare regulators.
Selected recent cases include:
- G v H
Representing a Responsible Pharmacist in a 4-day hearing before the GPhC FtP Committee in relation to allegations of misconduct arising from sales of codeine linctus. The case was dismissed after a successful submission of no case to answer.
- N v W
Representing a nurse in 3-day hearing before the NMC FtP Committee in a charge of impaired fitness to practise following a conviction.
- B v J
Advising a registrant on prospects and evidence in relation to a complaint to the BACP alleging failures to comply with professional standards involving client trust, competence, record-keeping, and communication in respect of counselling services provided.
- N v H
Representing a nurse in a 2-week hearing before the NMC FtP Committee (adjourned part-heard) in relation to allegations of misconduct and lack of competence.
- N v W
Representing a nurse in a 9-day hearing before the NMC FtP Committee involving allegations of misconduct arising from dishonesty.
- N v H
Representing a nurse in an 18-day hearing before the NMC FtP Committee in relation to an allegation of misconduct arising from multiple professional incidents over a 3-year period.
- H v O
Representing a speech and language therapist in a 5-day hearing before the Conduct and Competence Committee of the HCPC in relation to an allegation of misconduct in connection with her medicolegal practice.
- N v M
Representing a nurse in a 3-day hearing before the NMC FtP Committee in relation to allegations of misconduct arising from fraud.
Representing the NMC in numerous interim order, and substantive order review hearings.