Gerard Forlin QC

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7242 4986
Silk/QC: 2010
Education: LLM (London), M.Phil Cambridge
Diploma in Air and Space Law (UCL)

Gerard Forlin QC was educated at Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge, and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). He was called to the Bar by Lincoln’s Inn and appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2010 in both Civil and Criminal Law. He has consulted, lectured and practised in over 35 countries and has been involved in over 300 fatality cases, including many catastrophic rail, chemical and aviation matters. He has also acted in over 150 jury inquests. He has represented many airlines, manufacturers and numerous airports, including Heathrow and Gatwick. He has lectured on over 500 occasions and published over 90 articles. He is General Editor of ‘Corporate Liability: work related deaths and criminal prosecutions’ (3rd edition) Bloomsbury 2012. He has been recommended in five separate areas of the leading guides to the profession, including crime, health and safety, environmental, product liability and public inqui- ries and inquests. He also practises in Singapore and Australia and, as one of two QCs, has recently been appointed to the worldwide Arbitration and Mediation Panel for the Royal Aeronautical Society.