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High Court issues guidance on use of case management information in criminal trials

12 November 2018

Owen Greenhall acted for the successful appellant KM. He was instructed by Mark Ashford of TV Edwards Solicitors LLP.

High Court strikes down Home Office decision to cut support for victims of trafficking and modern slavery

8 November 2018

Shu Shin Luh of Garden Court Chambers represented K, the lead Claimant, led by Nathalie Lieven QC of Blackstone Chambers and instructed by Nusrat Uddin of Wilsons Solicitors LLP.

High Court rules that Mineral Planning Authorities are not bound by statutory definition of fracking and can apply their own wider definitions

6 November 2018

Marc Willers QC represented Councillor Paul Andrews, Mayor of Malton, North Yorkshire. He led his colleague Tim Baldwin, and was instructed by Ricardo Gama of Town Legal LLP.

Garden Court Chambers ranked in Band 1 in Chambers UK Bar Guide 2019

5 November 2018

We are delighted to have once again been ranked in Band 1 by Chambers and Partners in the Chambers UK Bar Guide 2019.

High Court hears failed asylum seeker’s daughter ‘at FGM risk’

1 November 2018

Garden Court’s James Holmes is instructed by Suffolk County Council.

Placement of a child outside their natural family

31 October 2018

Amina Ahmed explores the test used in deciding the correct balance for a child’s growing up in his culture of origin or in proximity with his family in the UK.

Judge ruled no adverse inference to be held against one very vulnerable defendant in Rotherham grooming gang case due to associated complex mental health issues

30 October 2018

Nerida Harford-Bell represented defendant, Tanweer Ali, in the case. She was instructed by Abid Hussain of Hussain Solicitors.

Appeal in care proceedings involving rival Special Guardianship Order contenders: a foster carer and extended family members in Ghana. Appeal allowed.

Rebekah Wilson instructed for the Appellant. Maggie Jones instructed for the Respondent Children’s Guardian. 

Inquest jury concludes that multiple failures by NHS Trust contributed to death of detained psychiatric patient

Tom Stoate represented the family, instructed by Clair Hilder of Deighton Pierce Glynn Solicitors.

Client alleged to have conspired to supply £3.8 million worth of cocaine and accused of associated money laundering allegations found ‘not guilty’

29 October 2018

Keir Monteith was instructed by Mohsin Ariff at Lloyds PR Solicitors on behalf of the defendant, AT. 

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