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Immigration Law, Administrative and Public Law | Thursday 19 December 2019

High Court declares £1,012 fee charged by the Home Office to children applying for British citizenship is unlawful

The claim was brought by Project for the Registration of Children as British Citizens (PRCBC) and two children who had been affected by the level of the fee. Miranda Butler of Garden Court appeared for PRCBC, led by Richard Drabble QC of Landmark Chamber

Immigration Law, Administrative and Public Law, Immigration Detention Civil Claims | Thursday 5 December 2019

Home office admits unlawful detention of mentally ill man

Stephanie Harrison QC, Shu Shin Luh and Anthony Vaughan of the Garden Court Chambers Public Law and Immigration Teams instructed.

Stephanie Harrison QC

Immigration Law | Wednesday 4 December 2019

Important Dublin 3 judicial review decision from Upper Tribunal

Mark Symes of Garden Court appeared for the Applicant in JR112832014 [2019] UKAITUR.

Mark Symes

Immigration Law, Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights | Friday 29 November 2019

Stephanie Harrison QC shortlisted for Civil Liberties & Human Rights Silk of the Year at Legal 500 UK Awards 2020

We are delighted to announce that Stephanie Harrison QC has been shortlisted for Civil Liberties and Human Rights Silk of the Year at the Legal 500 UK Awards 2020.

Stephanie Harrison QC

Immigration Law, Administrative and Public Law | Wednesday 27 November 2019

Supreme Court holds that Dublin III Detention between January 2014 and March 2017 was unlawful

Irena Sabic of Garden Court was instructed by Bahar Ata of Duncan Lewis; Greg Ó Ceallaigh of Garden Court was instructed by Krisha Prathepan of Duncan Lewis and Raza Halim of Garden Court was instructed by Kaweh Beheshtizadeh of Fadiga and Co.

Raza Halim Greg Ó Ceallaigh Irena Sabic

Immigration Law | Thursday 21 November 2019

The Upper Tribunal gives guidance on the proper role of Tribunal interpreters

Emma Fitzsimons of Garden Court acted for the Appellant in the Upper Tribunal, and Sophie Caseley of Garden Court acted for the Appellant in the First-tier Tribunal. They were instructed by Julie Brauer, at Sutovic and Hartigan Solicitors.

Sophie Caseley Emma Fitzsimons

Administrative and Public Law, Immigration Law | Thursday 21 November 2019

Home Office concedes unlawful imposition of study restriction as a bail condition on individuals who are ‘appeals rights exhausted’

The two claimants were represented by Shu Shin Luh and Grace Capel of Garden Court’s Public Law and Immigration Teams, instructed by Hannah Baynes, Helen Baron and Joud Soeb of Duncan Lewis’ Public Law Team.

Grace Capel

Immigration Law, Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights | Friday 8 November 2019

Home Secretary announces investigation into Brook House immigration removal centre will be converted into Public Inquiry

MA is represented by Stephanie Harrison QC of Garden Court Chambers and Alex Goodman of Landmark Chambers, instructed by Lewis Kett and Nicholas Hughes of Duncan Lewis Solicitors’ Public Law team.

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