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.
Administrative and Public Law | Wednesday 17 March 2021
High Court declares that Home Secretary had no power to cancel indefinite leave to remain while holder outside the UK
Amanda Weston QC of the Garden Court Chambers Public Law Team represented C1.
Administrative and Public Law, Housing Law | Thursday 4 March 2021
Successful policy challenge: homeless women fleeing domestic violence
Stephanie Harrison QC and Nick Bano represented the Claimant. Sophie Caseley was instructed by Bhatt Murphy for Women’s Aid, who intervened in the case.
Administrative and Public Law | Thursday 25 February 2021
Court declares legal aid arrangements for immigration detainees in prisons to be unlawful
Ali Bandegani of Garden Court Chambers represented SM, led by Chris Buttler of Matrix Chambers. They were instructed by Toufique Hossain, Jeremy Bloom and Jonah Mendelsohn of Duncan Lewis Solicitors.
Administrative and Public Law | Thursday 18 February 2021
Court of Appeal upheld High Court ruling that £1,000 fee for children to register as British citizens is unlawful
Our Miranda Butler, of the Garden Court Chambers Public Law Team, represented PRCBC with Isabel Buchanan of Blackstone Chambers, led by Richard Drabble QC of Landmark Chambers.
Administrative and Public Law, Youth Justice & Child Rights, Criminal Defence | Friday 15 January 2021
Government announces children will be exempt from the recent extension to custody time limits
Joanne Cecil of the Garden Court Chambers Youth Justice & Child Rights Team has worked tirelessly to achieve this fantastic result.
Administrative and Public Law | Friday 15 January 2021
Court of Appeal hold that Home Secretary is not required to put a different deemed date of birth on identity document provided to a refugee despite risk to life
Stephen Simblet QC has been acting for Mind, the Mental Health Charity, as Intervenor in R (WA (Palestinian Territories) v Secretary of State for the Home Department . Stephen was instructed by Rheian Davies, Head of Legal for Mind.
Administrative and Public Law | Thursday 14 January 2021
Home Office work policy declared unlawful
Stephanie Harrison QC and Ali Bandegani of the Garden Court Chambers Public Law Team represented C6, instructed by Daniel Furner of Birnberg Peirce.