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Immigration Law, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation, Civil Liberties and Human Rights | Wednesday 15 June 2022

Garden Court Barristers secure injunctions from the Court of Appeal for last few asylum seekers on Rwanda Flight

The Garden Court team who secured consisted of Sonali Naik QC, Adrian Berry, Grace Brown, Mark Symes, Alex Grigg, Maha Sardar, Ella Gunn, Eva Doer, and Stephen Clark.

Stephen Clark Eva Doerr Ella Gunn Maha Sardar Alex Grigg Mark Symes Grace Brown Adrian Berry Sonali Naik QC

Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights | Tuesday 14 June 2022

Amanda Weston QC successfully defends in Court of Appeal a declaration that leaving vulnerable man in protracted immigration ‘limbo’ breached Article 8 ECHR

AM was represented by Amanda Weston QC of Garden Court Chambers, leading Mikhil Karnik of Garden Court North Chambers, Manchester and Karen Halliwell of Paragon Law, Nottingham.

Immigration Law, Administrative and Public Law | Thursday 9 June 2022

High Court grants the judicial review claims of two Afghan Judges against the Government’s refusal of their claims to relocate to the UK

High Court grants the judicial review claims of two Afghan Judges against the Government’s refusal of their claims to relocate to the UK.

Maha Sardar David Sellwood Emma Fitzsimons Irena Sabic Sonali Naik QC

Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Protest Rights, Administrative and Public Law | Tuesday 10 May 2022

Queen’s Speech heralds further attacks on our fundamental rights and freedoms

Jodie Blackstock

Immigration Law, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation, Administrative and Public Law | Friday 29 April 2022

Stephanie Harrison QC, Chair and Joint Head of Garden Court Chambers, comments on the Nationality and Borders Bill receiving Royal Assent

Stephanie Harrison QC

Administrative and Public Law, Community Care Law, Education Law | Friday 1 April 2022

High Court grants six mandatory orders against local authority for “serious and substantial” breaches of duty to vulnerable 15-year-old child

Gráinne Mellon, of the Garden Court Chambers Public Law team, acted for the child, on behalf of her litigation friend. She was instructed by Serena Fasso, Public Law solicitor at Simpson Millar.

Gráinne Mellon

Immigration Law, Administrative and Public Law | Friday 1 April 2022

Court of Appeal rules unlawfully removed child entitled to damages

Our Sonali Naik QC and Greg Ó Ceallaigh of Garden Court Chambers represented the Appellant, instructed by Hannah Baynes of Duncan Lewis.

Greg Ó Ceallaigh Sonali Naik QC

Administrative and Public Law | Thursday 10 February 2022

Victims of trafficking secure recognition of their trafficking status, revocation of deportation orders and granted leave to remain

Sonali Naik QC, Louise Hooper and Emma Fitzsimons of the Garden Court Public Law Team acted for the Claimants, instructed by Maria Thomas at Duncan Lewis Solicitors.

Sonali Naik QC Emma Fitzsimons Louise Hooper

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