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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
Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Immigration Detention Civil Claims | Friday 30 April 2021
High Court finds detention to be unlawful with substantial damages awarded for breach of policy and Hardial Singh principles
The Claimant was represented by Greg Ó Ceallaigh of the Garden Court Chambers Civil Liberties Team and Stephanie Hill of Leigh Day.
Immigration Detention Civil Claims, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation | Monday 2 March 2020
Victory in false imprisonment action challenging the lawfulness of Home Office Iraqi removal exercise
David Jones of Garden Court Chambers was instructed by Tori Sicher of Sutovic & Hartigan Solicitors.
Immigration Law, Administrative and Public Law, Immigration Detention Civil Claims | Thursday 5 December 2019
Home office admits unlawful detention of mentally ill man
Stephanie Harrison QC, Shu Shin Luh and Anthony Vaughan of the Garden Court Chambers Public Law and Immigration Teams instructed.
Immigration Law, Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights | Friday 8 November 2019
Home Secretary announces investigation into Brook House immigration removal centre will be converted into Public Inquiry
MA is represented by Stephanie Harrison QC of Garden Court Chambers and Alex Goodman of Landmark Chambers, instructed by Lewis Kett and Nicholas Hughes of Duncan Lewis Solicitors’ Public Law team.
Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Immigration Detention Civil Claims | Wednesday 13 February 2019
Home Office concedes that they unlawfully detained a potential victim of trafficking for almost six months in immigration detention day before trial in High Court
The Claimant was represented by Stephanie Harrison QC, Louise Hooper and Emma Fitzsimons of Garden Court Chambers, instructed by Shalini Patel at Duncan Lewis Solicitors.
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.
Immigration Detention Civil Claims | Friday 14 December 2018
Upper Tribunal find the Home Office's amended removal window policy unlawful in key respects
Sonali Naik QC and Ali Bandegani are instructed by Duncan Lewis for the applicants.