Michael Mullin


Michael is an experienced barrister and part-time judge specialising in property and public law. He accepts instructions across all areas of property law and also maintains a regulatory & public law practice, with a particular focus on public sector decision making relating to housing.

Michael was appointed to as a part-time judge of the First Tier Tribunal, Property Chamber in January 2019.

In November 2020, Michael successfully appeared in the Court of Appeal, leading Elizabeth England, in a homelessness matter concerning whether a homelessness applicant had refused an offer of accommodation under Part VII of the Housing Act 1996.

Before joining Chambers, Michael was in employed practice for a number of high-profile public-sector bodies including: 3 prominent London Boroughs, a large Housing Association, Transport for London, the Greater London Authority and the Mayor’s Office.


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