News & Views
Garden Court International, Civil Liberties and Human Rights | Tuesday 20 July 2021
Maria Moodie appointed UK National Research Consultant on anti-trafficking efforts for British Institute of International and Comparative Law
The BIICL has recently appointed Maria Moodie of Garden Court Chambers as the National Research Consultant for the UK case study into the determinants of anti-trafficking efforts as part of an innovative global study.
Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Criminal Defence, Romani Gypsy and Traveller Rights | Thursday 8 July 2021
Tessa Buchanan wins Legal Aid Barrister of the Year and Audrey Cherryl Mogan wins Legal Aid Newcomer of the Year at 2021 LALY Awards
Garden Court Chambers is delighted to announce that two of our barristers won awards at the annual Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Awards on 6 July 2021.
Inquests and Inquiries, Civil Liberties and Human Rights | Friday 2 July 2021
Inquest finds serious failures by Elysium Healthcare contributed to death of 19 year old Brooke Martin
Stephen Clark of the Garden Court Chambers Inquest Team represented the family. Stephen was instructed by Catherine Shannon of Bhatt Murphy solicitors.
Inquests and Inquiries, Civil Liberties and Human Rights | Wednesday 30 June 2021
Brenda Campbell QC calls on police to investigate fresh claim that Noah Donohoe was murdered
Brenda Campbell QC of the Garden Court Chambers Inquests & Inquiries Team is representing the family of Noah Donohoe instructed by Niall Murphy of KRW Law.
Criminal Appeals, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Criminal Defence | Friday 25 June 2021
Supreme Court upholds right to disruptive protest on highway
The Appellants were represented by Henry Blaxland QC and Owen Greenhall, both members of the Garden Court Chambers Protest Team, and Blinne Ní Ghrálaigh of Matrix Chambers. They were instructed by Raj Chada of Hodge, Jones and Allen solicitors.
Claims Against the Police and Public Authorities, Criminal Defence, Inquests and Inquiries | Wednesday 23 June 2021
Undercover Policing Inquiry refers first suspected miscarriages of justice
Owen Greenhall represented three anti-apartheid movement campaigners whose cases were referred to the panel. Owen is led by Matthew Ryder QC of Matrix Chambers. They are instructed by Mike Schwarz of Hodge Jones & Allen.
Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Inquests and Inquiries | Friday 4 June 2021
Inquest to Resume into Death of Joe Pooley Following Life Imprisonment for His Killers
Joe's mother, Sam Nicholls, is represented in calling for an inquest by Una Morris, assisted by Danielle Manson, both of the Garden Court Chambers Civil Liberties and Human Rights Team, instructed by Sarah Flanagan, from Hodge Jones & Allen Solicitors.
Claims Against the Police and Public Authorities, Civil Liberties and Human Rights | Friday 4 June 2021
Over 600 Hillsborough victims secure compensation for one of the largest police cover-ups in history
Patrick Roche of Garden Court Chambers instructed by Birnberg Peirce and Taylor Rose MW Solicitors.