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Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Inquests and Inquiries | Thursday 8 June 2017

Inquest into the death of vulnerable 16-year-old boy in care finds failings in safeguarding procedures contributed to his death

Tom Stoate of Garden Court Chambers represented the mother at the inquest.

Civil Liberties and Human Rights | Thursday 1 June 2017

Dexter Dias QC publishes new book on Human Rights

Dexter Dias QC of Garden Court Chambers publishes new book on human rights.

Dexter Dias QC

Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Inquests and Inquiries | Thursday 25 May 2017

Jury finds series of failings at Bristol prison caused death of father-to-be

Ifeanyi Odogwu of the Garden Court Chambers Civil Liberties Team represented the family at the inquest.

Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Prisoners’ Rights | Wednesday 24 May 2017

Supreme Court finds unlawful sex discrimination in provision of approved premises for women

Sally Ireland of Garden Court Chambers acted for the intervener, The Howard League for Penal Reform.

Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Criminal Defence | Thursday 18 May 2017

Garden Court’s Brenda Campbell and Paul Clark shortlisted for Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Awards 2017

Brenda Campbell has been shortlisted for Legal Aid Barrister of the Year and Paul Clark has been shortlisted for Legal Aid Newcomer of the Year.

Paul Clark Brenda Campbell QC

Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Prisoners’ Rights | Wednesday 26 April 2017

Successful habeas corpus application against Governor of HMP Peterborough for unlawful detention of a civil prisoner

Tim Baldwin of Garden Court Chambers represented the claimant.

Tim Baldwin

Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Claims Against the Police and Public Authorities | Tuesday 28 March 2017

Metropolitan Police Service pay compensation after arresting victim of identity fraud

Una Morris of Garden Court Chambers represented the claimant.

Una Morris

Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Criminal Defence | Tuesday 28 March 2017

"Diversion from prosecution is key in reforming the landscape of women in the Criminal Justice System"

Criminal defence barrister Paramjit Ahluwalia calls for a radical new approach to women in the criminal justice system.

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