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Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Claims Against the Police and Public Authorities | Friday 28 October 2016

Garden Court wins Human Rights and Public Law Set of the Year Award

We would like to thank Chambers and Partners for drawing attention to human rights at this crucial time.

Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Claims Against the Police and Public Authorities | Friday 21 October 2016

Garden Court and Stephanie Harrison QC shortlisted for Human Rights and Public Law awards

Garden Court has been shortlisted at the Chambers Bar Awards, whilst Stephanie and our Public Law Team are shortlisted at the Legal 500 Awards.

Inquests and Inquiries | Wednesday 12 October 2016

Inquest jury finds failures in the care and treatment of a vulnerable prisoner contributed to his likelihood of suicide

The family were represented by Stephen Simblet of Garden Court, instructed by Karen Rogers of Tuckers Solicitors.

Stephen Simblet KC

Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Inquests and Inquiries | Tuesday 4 October 2016

A prisoner who took his own life in HMP Belmarsh should never have been in prison, an inquest jury has found

Richard Reynolds of Garden Court Chambers represented the family at the inquest.

Richard Reynolds

Inquests and Inquiries | Tuesday 20 September 2016

Jury found that neglect contributed to the death of Ashley Gill at HMP Liverpool

The family is represented by INQUEST Lawyers Group members Chris Topping, Leanne Dunne and Alice Stevens from Broudie Jackson Canter Solicitors and Ifeanyi Odogwu of Garden Court Chambers.

Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Criminal Defence | Wednesday 14 September 2016

Garden Court Chambers secures number one spot in Legal 500 2016

We now have the second highest number of junior barrister rankings of any chambers in the Legal 500 2016.

Inquests and Inquiries | Thursday 1 September 2016

Prison failures contributed to death, jury finds

The family of Mr Smith were represented by Taimour Lay of Garden Court Chambers.

Taimour Lay

Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Inquests and Inquiries | Tuesday 26 July 2016

Jury finds that litany of gross failures amounting to neglect contributed to vulnerable inmate's 'fire trap' death

Sean Horstead of Garden Court Chambers represented the family at the inquest.

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