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Administrative and Public Law, Immigration Law | Thursday 21 December 2017

Supreme Court allows nationality appeals

Counsel for the appellants were our Sonali Naik and Helen Foot, led by Stephen Knafler QC, Landmark Chambers.

Sonali Naik KC Helen Foot

Administrative and Public Law, Immigration Law | Wednesday 6 December 2017

Migrants accused of cheating in English language test have in-country right of challenge, rules Court of Appeal

Greg Ó Ceallaigh of the Garden Court Chambers Immigration and Public Law Teams represented Ahsan, one of the appellants.

Greg Ó Ceallaigh KC

Administrative and Public Law, Court of Protection, Housing Law | Wednesday 1 November 2017

Garden Court is delighted to announce that all four of the pupils who started in October 2016 have accepted offers of tenancy at the end of their pupillage

Stephen Clark, Tihomir Mak, Laura Profumo and Franck Magennis have joined Chambers as full members and have already started developing their practices.

Stephen Clark Franck Magennis

Immigration Law | Monday 9 October 2017

One in five stopped by immigration enforcement is a UK citizen, figures show

Christopher Williams and Nicola Braganza spoke to journalist Adam Cantwell-Corn from the Bristol Cable.

Nicola Braganza KC Christopher Williams

Administrative and Public Law, Immigration Law, Immigration Detention Civil Claims | Friday 18 August 2017

High Court finds “without hesitation” that detention of torture victim in the Detained Fast Track was unlawful

The claimant was represented by Raza Halim of Garden Court Chambers.

Raza Halim

Immigration Law, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation | Tuesday 15 August 2017

First-tier Tribunal allows the asylum appeal of Iranian Kurdish activist

The appellant was represented by Grace Brown of Garden Court Chambers.

Grace Brown

Administrative and Public Law, Immigration Law | Tuesday 1 August 2017

“A child is foremost a child before he or she is a refugee”: Court of Appeal provides new guidance to tribunals to ensure children and vulnerable persons have their voices heard in asylum proceedings

Raza Halim and Stephanie Harrison QC were instructed by Brighton Housing Trust for the appellant.

Stephanie Harrison KC Raza Halim

Immigration Law | Monday 31 July 2017

‘Trafficking is a function of the absence of safe, legal ways to claim asylum in Europe’ - Greg Ó Ceallaigh on Al Jazeera’s Inside Story

Greg Ó Ceallaigh is a member of the Garden Court Chambers Immigration Team.

Greg Ó Ceallaigh KC

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