News & Views
Administrative and Public Law | Thursday 11 November 2021
High Court quashes negative Conclusive Grounds decision unlawfully rejecting a trafficking victim’s claim
Emma Fitzsimons of the Garden Court Chambers Public Law Team acted for the Claimant, instructed by Shalini Patel of Duncan Lewis Solicitors.
International Human Rights, Inquests and Inquiries, Claims Against the Police and Public Authorities | Monday 1 November 2021
Garden Court Chambers welcomes Jodie Blackstock as a new tenant
Jodie was Legal Director of JUSTICE for five years before joining Garden Court Chambers, with a further seven years in criminal justice and EU justice roles. She was called to the Bar of England & Wales in 2003.
Protest Rights, British Citizenship and Naturalisation, Immigration: Personal and Business | Friday 22 October 2021
Garden Court Chambers welcomes Eva Doerr as a new tenant
Eva specialises in all areas of public and human rights law, with a focus on immigration and asylum law and challenges based on the Equality Act.
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
Administrative and Public Law, Immigration Law, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation | Wednesday 20 October 2021
Supreme Court reaffirms, in the bail context, the constitutional principle that judicial orders must be obeyed unless and until set aside
Representing the Appellant, Amanda Weston QC led Gordon Lee, both of Garden Court Chambers.
Administrative and Public Law | Monday 4 October 2021
Home Office work policy for asylum seekers breaches s55 of the BCIA 2009
Sonali Naik QC, Ali Bandegani and Ubah Dirie, all of the Garden Court Chambers Public Law Team, instructed by Syed Naqvi of ITN Solicitors acted for R.
Administrative and Public Law | Friday 24 September 2021
Asylum appeals determined under ultra vires Detained Fast Track Procedure Rules are not automatically unfair - unfairness on individual facts of the case is required
TN was represented in the Supreme Court by David Pannick QC, Stephanie Harrison QC & Anthony Vaughan and before that by Stephanie Harrison QC & Louise Hooper in the High Court & Court of Appeal.
Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights | Friday 27 August 2021
Amanda Weston QC Shortlisted for Human Rights and Public Law Silk of the Year by Chambers Bar Awards 2021
We are delighted to announce that Amanda Weston QC of Garden Court Chambers has been shortlisted for Human Rights and Public Law Silk of the Year by the Chambers & Partners Bar Awards 2021.