News & Views
Immigration Law, Migration and Asylum Law, International Human Rights | Monday 9 November 2020
The Asylum Research Centre publishes its major report yielding interesting results on the reliability of reports produced by the Trump administration
The Asylum Research Centre publishes its major ‘Comparative Analysis of U.S Department of State Country Reports on Human Rights Practices (2016-2019)’. Garden Court Chambers’ legal researcher, David Neale, is its board member.
Immigration Law, Migration and Asylum Law | Monday 12 October 2020
GREVIO publishes evaluation report on Belgium implementation of Istanbul Convention
Maria Moodie of Garden Court Chambers advised upon and drafted Chapter VII of the Belgium report in relation to protections available for migrant women and asylum seekers who have experienced or are at risk of gender based violence.
Migration and Asylum Law, Immigration Law | Monday 5 October 2020
Strengthening protection for migrant women - Council of Europe Drafting Committee
Louise Hooper was appointed expert to the committee in June 2020 and compiled and presented a needs assessment.
Immigration Law, Migration and Asylum Law | Thursday 16 April 2020
Albanian blood feuds: an update
This update is written by David Neale, legal researcher and former barrister at Garden Court Chambers.
Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation, Immigration Law, Migration and Asylum Law | Thursday 7 February 2019
Major reforms to immigration detention decision-making proposed in report of the Joint Human Rights Committee
Following a wide-ranging inquiry into the use of immigration detention by the Home Office, the report of the Joint Human Rights Committee of both Houses of Parliament is now available.
International Human Rights, Migration and Asylum Law, Public International Law | Friday 13 October 2017
Louise Hooper to deliver training at event co-organised by UNHCR and Council of Europe in Madrid on 16 October
Louise Hooper will be delivering the training in her capacity as Council of Europe expert on migration and gender.
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.