|Tuesday 6 December 2022
|1pm - 2pm
|Areas of Law:
|Immigration Law , Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation , Immigration Detention Civil Claims
Watch the webinar recording below:
This webinar was brought to you by the Garden Court Chambers Immigration Team.
This webinar involved an update on developments in the law of immigration detention over the course of 2022 and an examination of what can be expected in 2023.
Greg Ó Ceallaigh, Barrister, Garden Court Chambers
Greg specialises in human rights, asylum and immigration, civil and public law. He is ranked in the Chambers UK Bar Guide 2023 and the Legal 500 2023 for immigration. Greg has over 15 years’ experience in immigration law and has acted in all kinds of matters ranging from the most complex asylum and human rights claims to Tier 1 Investor cases.
Greg is highly experienced in immigration detention work and has represented detainees in detention claims at every level from the Administrative Court to the Supreme Court (including Fardous v SSHD  EWCA Civ 92, R (Sathanantham) v SSHD  4 WLR 128 and R (on the application of) (Hemmati) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  UKSC 56), as well as in civil actions for false imprisonment both in the County Court and the Queen's Bench Division ((e.g. Louis v The Home Office  EWHC 288 (QB) and AO v The Home Office  EWHC 1043 (QB))).
Eva Doerr, Barrister, Garden Court Chambers
Eva specialises in all areas of public and human rights law, with a focus on immigration and asylum law and challenges based on the Equality Act. Eva is a specialist in all areas of immigration law including family, asylum, deportation, detention, nationality and trafficking. She has experience in and a particular interest in complex Judicial Review challenges. Eva regularly appears before immigration tribunals and the Administrative Court and has particular expertise in retained EU law post-Brexit and refugee family reunions in Europe. She has also drafted Practice Notes on the EU Settlement Scheme for Lexis Nexis and Thompson Reuters Practical Law.