News & Views
Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Administrative and Public Law, Claims Against the Police and Public Authorities | Thursday 7 May 2020
High Court rules Home Office 'No recourse to public funds’ policy for migrants en route to settlement is unlawful
Amanda Weston QC of Garden Court Chambers instructed by the intervenor, Project 17.
Immigration Law | Thursday 7 May 2020
New Afghanistan Country Guidance provides a clear pathway for asylum-seekers to win appeals
Sonali Naik QC, Ronan Toal and Gemma Loughran of the Garden Court Immigration Team represented the appellant, instructed by Kam Dhanjal of JD Spicer Zeb Solicitors.
Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Claims Against the Police and Public Authorities | Wednesday 6 May 2020
High Court legal challenge to No Recourse to Public Funds policy
Amanda Weston QC of Garden Court Chambers leading Bijan Hoshi and Ollie Persey of the Public Law Project instructed by Project 17.
Immigration Law, Migration and Asylum Law | Thursday 16 April 2020
Albanian blood feuds: an update
This update is written by David Neale, legal researcher and former barrister at Garden Court Chambers.
Immigration Law, Housing Law, Criminal Defence | Monday 30 March 2020
COVID-19 Bulletin - Law & Practice - 30.03.20
Updates on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on law and practice.
Immigration Law, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation | Friday 20 March 2020
Members of the Immigration Bar call for urgent guidance from Presidents of the Immigration and Asylum Chamber in wake of Covid-19
Letter to Bar Council signed by Garden Court Chambers
Administrative and Public Law, Immigration Law | Wednesday 18 March 2020
Landmark Supreme Court judgment on state obligations under Article 4 ECHR to identify & protect victims of trafficking
Shu Shin Luh of Garden Court Chambers acted for the Intervener, the Aire Centre. Ronan Toal, Kathryn Cronin and Bryony Poynor of Garden Court Chambers acted for the appellant instructed by ATLEU in the Court of Appeal and Immigration Tribunals.
Immigration Law, Welfare Benefits Law | Thursday 12 March 2020
Upper Tribunal rules that a British child living with her mother in the UK will not be entitled to Disability Living Allowance if her father is living and working in another EU State
Adrian Berry and Desmond Rutledge acted for the Claimant, instructed by William Ford of Osbornes Law. The claimant is considering an appeal to the Court of Appeal.