Home > News & views > News


Keir Monteith’s submissions in appeal against sentence for 2 counts of conspiracy to supply class A drugs successful

17 January 2019

Keir Monteith represented Mr Soroh and was instructed by Joanne Lange of MK Law.

Appeal rights under the 2016 EEA Regulations are to be introduced for extended family members (EFM)

14 January 2019

Grace Brown represented the Claimant. She was instructed by Sharif Khan of Oliver Hasani Solicitors.

Keir Monteith, David Emanuel and Hossein Zahir to be appointed Queen’s Counsel

11 January 2019

On 11 March 2019, the Lord Chancellor will preside over the appointment ceremony where he will formally bestow the title of QC.

Natural family in Ghana, securing Article 8 rights

10 January 2019

Rebekah Wilson acted for the Appellant, Monifa Walters-Thompson acted pro bono for the fourth respondents and Maggie Jones acted for the Respondent Children’s Guardian.

Miranda Butler acts in European Court of Human Rights challenge by Azerbaijani journalist

Miranda Butler acted for the interveners, a coalition of NGOs including PEN International and Privacy International.

Adjourned inquest into death of Michael Hoolickin resumes on 9 January

8 January 2019

Garden Court’s Anna Morris, instructed by Kelly Darlington of Farleys Solicitors LLP, is representing the family.

Henry Blaxland QC awarded Crime Silk of the Year by the Legal 500 Awards 2019

3 January 2019

Henry Blaxland QC has been awarded Crime Silk of the Year by the Legal 500.

The Guildford pub bombings 1974: hearing to resume the inquest

20 December 2018

Brenda Campbell QC of Garden Court Chambers is representing the family of Ann Hamilton, one of the victims of The Guildford Pub Bombings 1974.

‘Crisis, what crisis?’

19 December 2018

Liz Davies of the Garden Court Chambers Housing Team gave the keynote speech titled “Crisis, what crisis?” at the Housing Law Practitioner’s Association Annual Conference on 12 December 2018.

Case is dismissed following investigation and disclosure failures

18 December 2018

Brighton Magistrates Court dismissed a case of harassment following successful arguments that the Police and Prosecution had failed in their duties to effectively pursue all lines of enquiry in their investigation, as well as fail to disclose crucially relevant material. Their client was charged with one count of harassment against a former partner, committed whilst […]

1 2 3 143