News & Views
Welfare Benefits Law | Friday 18 February 2022
High Court rules it was lawful to restrict £20-a-week covid uplift for Universal Credit claimants with no backdating for legacy benefits claimants
Desmond Rutledge, of the Garden Court Chambers Welfare Benefits Law Team, represented the Claimants, led by Jamie Burton QC of Doughty Street Chambers and instructed by William Ford of Osbornes Law.
Visas, Settlement (Indefinite Leave to Remain), British Citizenship and Naturalisation | Thursday 21 October 2021
Garden Court secures number one rankings in Chambers UK Bar Guide 2022
Welfare Benefits Law | Wednesday 14 July 2021
DWP to stop ‘cold-calling’ disabled people to make low benefit ‘offers’
The Claimant was represented by Desmond Rutledge of the Garden Court Chambers Welfare Benefits Law Team instructed by Sara Lomri of Public Law Project. The Claimant was also represented by Bijan Hoshi of Garden Court & PLP.
Administrative and Public Law, Welfare Benefits Law | Thursday 29 April 2021
High Court challenge to denial of benefit increases for nearly 2m people with disabilities
Desmond Rutledge of Garden Court Chambers instructed by William Ford of Osbornes Law.
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.
Welfare Benefits Law, Community Care Law, Administrative and Public Law | Thursday 19 September 2019
HMRC defeated at European Court of Justice on rights for pregnant self-employed EU Citizens
Adrian Berry and Desmond Rutledge of Garden Court Chambers represented Ms Dakneviciute, instructed by the Welfare Rights Service of the City of Wolverhampton Council.
Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Community Care Law | Friday 16 June 2017
Garden Court Chambers extends condolences and solidarity to all those affected by Grenfell Tower tragedy
Garden Court Chambers is horrified by the fire at Grenfell Towers. We extend our condolences and our solidarity to all those bereaved, injured or rendered homeless.
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.