Coronavirus - Business Continuity Coronavirus - Law & Practice

News & Views

Keep up-to-date with the latest news and insights from Garden Court Chambers.

Filter by:

News & Views

Immigration: Personal and Business, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation, Immigration Law | Thursday 25 February 2021

Garden Court Chambers Immigration Team welcomes Bojana Asanovic as a new tenant

Bojana Asanovic

Family Law | Wednesday 24 February 2021

Opening the door to arbitration in family finances cases

Blog post by Dinah Loeb of the Garden Court Chambers Family Team. Hayley V Hayley [2020] EWCA Civ 1369

Dinah Loeb

Family Law, Domestic Abuse | Wednesday 24 February 2021

Domestic Abuse Bill - What does it mean for victims of domestic abuse in the family courts?

Blog post by Rachel Schon of the Garden Court Chambers Family Team.

Rachel Schon

Family Law | Wednesday 24 February 2021

Stuck Between a Virus and a Human Rights Breach…

Blog post by Monifa Walters-Thompson of the Garden Court Chambers Family Team.

Monifa Walters-Thompson

Family Law | Wednesday 24 February 2021

Family courts rule to inoculate children when parents disagree on the vaccination of their children

Blog post by Luke McLean of the Garden Court Chambers Family Team.

Luke McLean

Criminal Defence, Protest Rights, Protest Rights | Tuesday 23 February 2021

Administrative Court overturn conviction for refusing to provide name and address in relation to suspected breach of Coronavirus Regulations

Tom Wainwright of the Garden Court Criminal Defence and Protest Teams represented Neale instructed by Patrick Ormerod of Bindmans Solicitors.

Tom Wainwright

Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Inquests and Inquiries | Thursday 18 February 2021

Undercover Policing Inquiry - Garden Court counsel instructed

Garden Court Chambers counsel instructed to represent clients at the Undercover Policing Inquiry.

Administrative and Public Law | Thursday 18 February 2021

Court of Appeal upheld High Court ruling that £1,000 fee for children to register as British citizens is unlawful

Our Miranda Butler, of the Garden Court Chambers Public Law Team, represented PRCBC with Isabel Buchanan of Blackstone Chambers, led by Richard Drabble QC of Landmark Chambers.

Miranda Butler

Latest tweets from Garden Court Chambers

Follow us on Twitter

Tweets by Garden Court Chambers

We are top ranked by independent legal directories and consistently win awards.

+ View more awards