Claire Watson represents the Metropolitan Police in inquest into Tunisian terrorist shootings

On 26 June 2015 38 people were killed in a terrorist attack whilst on holiday in Sousse, Tunisia. Claire Watson has been retained to act in this inquest held at the Royal Courts of Justice which is expected to last for seven weeks. The Metropolitan Police are assisting the Coroner, HHJ Loraine-Smith, with his investigation into the deaths of the 30 British nationals who died.

Claire also represented the Metropolitan Police in the inquests relating to the In Amenas terrorist attacks in January 2013.