Angus McCullough QC

Chambers: 1 Crown Office Row

Areas of Practice: General Civil (including Medical, Public Law, and National Security)

Year of Call: 1990

Year of Silk: 2010

Angus McCullough QC has a varied practice which covers public law (including human rights and civil liberties), clinical negligence, environmental, regulatory and disciplinary law.  He also acts as a special advocate in national security cases.

In 1997 he was appointed by the Attorney General to the Panel of Counsel to the Crown, and in 2002 was appointed to the 'A' List of this Panel.

Before turning to law, he read Zoology at Oxford (where he was President of the Oxford Union), and then worked as a Safari Guide in Zambia.  He maintains his interest in natural history, including under water, and has published a number of papers about hoverflies and butterflies.

McCullough QC has acted as a sponsor for students under the Middle Temple sponsorship scheme, and has also been a mentor under the scheme administered by the Treasury Solicitor for prospective applicants for the Attorney General's panels of counsel.