Profile submitted by David Lintott
David is a public law specialist working primarily in areas of local government, planning and social housing. He has appeared in some of the most significant planning and housing cases in recent years and has related expertise in human rights and EU law. He is a highly experienced and knowledgeable advocate with extensive experience of the Court of Appeal and High Court where he has successfully represented many local authorities, his cases include Eastwood v The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead  EWCA Civ 437; Lopes v London Borough of Croydon  EWCA Civ 465 and  EWHC 33 (QB) ; Sanneh v SSWP  EWCA Civ 49; London Borough of Enfield v Najim  EWCA Civ 319; London Borough of Wandsworth v NJ  EWCA Civ. 1373; Bubb v Wandsworth LBC  EWCA Civ 1285; Adel William v Wandsworth London Borough Council  EWCA Civ 535 C.A; Lomotey v Enfield  EWCA Civ 627 C.A.
David was called to the Bar in 1996, after completing a law degree at Cambridge University.
David has a keen interest in ecology and arboriculture and has been involved in conservation of large carnivores as a founder member of the Slovak Wildlife Society since 1998.