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Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Criminal Defence | Wednesday 15 February 2017

Important Court of Appeal judgment for victims of human trafficking

A number of defendants and the intervener were represented by counsel from Garden Court Chambers.

Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Garden Court International | Monday 6 February 2017

Vital times for human rights lawyers as we face attacks on fundamental rights at home and abroad

In these difficult times, human rights lawyers have a vital role to play in challenging prejudice, discrimination and the unlawful exercise of power.

Leslie Thomas KC

Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Community Care Law | Tuesday 31 January 2017

Leslie Thomas QC, Judy Khan QC and Marc Willers QC elected as Joint Heads of Chambers

Garden Court is delighted to announce that Leslie Thomas QC, Judy Khan QC and Marc Willers QC have been elected as Joint Heads of Chambers.

Marc Willers KC Leslie Thomas KC

Criminal Defence, Garden Court International | Monday 7 November 2016

Garden Court hosts book launch for Zimbabwean human rights lawyer David Coltart

Catherine Oborne of Garden Court worked on the legal aspects of the book in 2015.

Catherine Oborne

Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Garden Court International, Immigration Detention Civil Claims | Wednesday 2 November 2016

Garden Court barristers join #IBelong statelessness debate

Edward Grieves, Adrian Berry and Jo Cecil were invited to speak at a conference examining the significant international human rights issues of arbitrary revocation of citizenship and statelessness.

Joanne Cecil KC Adrian Berry Edward Grieves KC

Garden Court International | Wednesday 12 October 2016

James Mehigan acts for Child Soldiers International before International Criminal Court

James Mehigan is a member of Garden Court International.

James Mehigan

Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Garden Court International | Thursday 15 September 2016

Leslie Thomas QC assisting government of Antigua and Barbuda to draft legislation

Leslie Thomas QC has been working on this project with Ben Beaumont of Thomas More Chambers

Leslie Thomas KC

Criminal Defence, Garden Court International | Tuesday 13 September 2016

Landmark international human rights case opens the door of universal jurisdiction for victims of torture

The complainant, Mr Raut, was advised by Paul Troop of Garden Court Chambers

Paul Troop

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