Garden Court Chambers

  • Highly rated for its commitment to social justice
    “Quality counsel for heavyweight criminal matters”
    Chambers UK 2015

Leading set of barristers based in central London, committed to human rights, social justice and equality. We specialise in criminal defence, family law, housing, immigration and public law.

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Sonali Naik

24 April 2015

Legal Aid Agency forced to reconsider ‘exceptional case funding’ decision after vulnerable claimant’s human rights grounds ignored

Sonali Naik represented the claimant.

Stephanie Harrison QCKathryn Cronin

23 April 2015

Home Office ordered to return mother and son unlawfully deported to Nigeria

Stephanie Harrison QC and Kathryn Cronin of Garden Court Chambers represented the mother and the child.

Jan Luba QCTim Baldwin

17 April 2015

High Court describes treatment of homeless family by two London councils as “shameful”

The family were represented in court by Jan Luba QC and Timothy Baldwin of Garden Court Chambers

Shu Shin LuhJan Luba QC

2 April 2015

Supreme Court highlights concern for children’s welfare in judgment handed down today

Shu Shin Luh was instructed by Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer for Shelter Children’s Legal Service.

Garden Court ChambersLeonie Hirst

2 April 2015

High Court rules Chris Grayling’s ‘absconder’ policy for indeterminate sentence prisoners unlawful

Amanda Weston and Leonie Hirst were instructed by the Prisoners’ Advice Service.

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