News & Views
Administrative and Public Law, Immigration Law | Wednesday 14 April 2021
Home Office held in breach of Article 2 duty concerning death in immigration detention
Sonali Naik QC, Raza Halim and Stephen Clark of the Garden Court Chambers Public Law Team represented the Applicant. They were instructed by Jamie Bell and Toufique Hossain of Duncan Lewis Public Law Team.
Immigration Law | Monday 22 March 2021
Upper Tribunal rules Home Office interpreted guidance on settlement illegitimately
Peter Jorro of the Garden Court Chambers Immigration Team represented the appellant, instructed by Jessica Wong of Brion & Co.
Immigration Law, Housing Law | Thursday 11 March 2021
High Court rules on access to emergency accommodation during pandemic to people usually ineligible for support
Liz Davies, Adrian Berry and Connor Johnston of the Garden Court Chambers Housing Team were instructed to represent Shelter.
Immigration Law, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation | Friday 5 March 2021
The new third country inadmissibility regime for asylum claims
Blog post by Mark Symes and Miranda Butler of the Garden Court Chambers Immigration Team.
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
Administrative and Public Law, Immigration Law, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation | Tuesday 12 January 2021
Court of Appeal rejects attempt by Secretary of State to broaden refugee exclusion categories
Amanda Weston QC of Garden Court Chambers and Anthony Vaughan of Doughty Street Chambers represented NF, instructed by Jawaid Luqmani of Luqmani Thompson Solicitors.
Immigration Law | Monday 21 December 2020
Court of Appeal provides important guidance as to the correct approach to be used by the Competent Authority when deciding whether an individual is a victim of trafficking
The Appellants were represented by Ronan Toal of the Garden Court Chambers Immigration Team. Our own Stephanie Harrison QC, Gemma Loughran, and Ella Gunn, instructed by Herbert Smith Freehills LLP, represented the AIRE Centre.
Immigration Law, Migration and Asylum Law, International Human Rights | Monday 9 November 2020
The Asylum Research Centre publishes its major report yielding interesting results on the reliability of reports produced by the Trump administration
The Asylum Research Centre publishes its major ‘Comparative Analysis of U.S Department of State Country Reports on Human Rights Practices (2016-2019)’. Garden Court Chambers’ legal researcher, David Neale, is its board member.