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Chambers has sad news to announce

23 February 2018

Our dear friend and colleague Vikki Kerly sadly passed away on Monday 19th February.

Prosecution case collapses in the face of serious disclosure failings

David Emanuel was leading counsel for the first defendant.

East Finchley residents settle two-year legal battle with Housing Association after gas supply cut off

22 February 2018

Tim Baldwin of Garden Court Chambers was instructed by Jayesh Kunwardia of Hodge Jones & Allen. 

To celebrate World Day of Social Justice Garden Court hosted a photo exhibition by The Peace and Hope Trust

21 February 2018

Garden Court Chambers hosted a presentation with an exhibition of photos on behalf of The Peace and Hope Trust

SM (Algeria) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2018] UKSC 9

19 February 2018

Navtej Singh Ahluwalia of the Garden Court Chambers Immigration Team appeared for the intervener, Coram Children’s Legal Centre.

High Court quashes decision to grant planning permission for a holiday park in the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

16 February 2018

The claimant was represented by Marc Willers QC and Richard Reynolds of Garden Court Chambers’ Environmental Team.

Will Brexit weaken the enforcement of fundamental rights in the UK?

15 February 2018

Emma Fitzsimons of the Garden Court Chambers Public Law and Immigration Team has published an article for LexisNexis.

Final two members of the ‘Rotherham 12’ acquitted

13 February 2018

The final two members of the ‘Rotherham 12’ were acquitted today following legal argument by Tom Wainwright.

Inquest into death of Sean Plumstead exposes Carillion contract failure

Taimour Lay represented Sean Plumstead’s family at the inquest.

Hill immunity revisited: The beginning of the end?

9 February 2018

Stephen Clark, Laura Profumo and Camila Zapata Besso comment on the recent Supreme Court judgment in Robinson v Chief Constable for West Yorkshire Police [2018] UKSC 4.

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