Tabatha Pinto

Tabatha Pinto


Tabby is a solicitor in our London office. She has worked at DPG since February 2023. Prior to joining DPG, she worked as a solicitor in the litigation and dispute resolution team at Clifford Chance LLP, where she qualified as a solicitor in September 2021. As a trainee solicitor, she undertook secondments at the Howard League and Refugee Action.


Tabby works with Polly Glynn on strategic public law challenges, with a focus on migrant rights, and with Clare Hayes on a number of complex civil damages claims against the police, CPS and the prison service. She is currently also working with Emily Soothill on an unlawful detention group claim.

Tabby is also a supervisor for the firm’s PAP Project, assisting NGOs with challenging government decisions.

Sample cases

R(TG & ors) v SSHD – challenge to the use of RAF Wethersfield as asylum accommodation

R(Imam) v Croydon – challenge by homeless applicant regarding provision of suitable accommodation

R(AA & ors) v SSWP – challenge to operation of Child Maintenance Service

R(Parkes) v Dorset – Bibby Stockholm planning challenge