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Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Garden Court International, Claims Against the Police and Public Authorities | Wednesday 14 June 2017

BBC Radio 4: Dexter Dias QC appears on the Today Programme to discuss work on FGM, terrorism and the Gareth Myatt inquest

Dexter Dias QC is a member of Garden Court Chambers’ Civil Liberties and Human Rights Team.

Dexter Dias QC

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, Prisoners’ Rights | Thursday 9 March 2017

“Our higher courts have recognised that there are few interventions more serious than separating a mother from her baby”

Women's rights trailblazer Maya Sikand launches new report on access to prison mother & baby units.

Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Claims Against the Police and Public Authorities, Prisoners’ Rights | Tuesday 7 March 2017

Women compensated by the Ministry of Justice for strip-searches in prison

Una Morris was instructed to represent the women at trial and negotiated settlement of the claims.

Una Morris Paul Clark Richard Reynolds

Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Prisoners’ Rights | Monday 20 February 2017

Supreme Court to rule on insufficient provision of probation hostels for former female prisoners

Sally Ireland of Garden Court Chambers is representing The Howard League, who are intervening in the case.

Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Garden Court International | Monday 6 February 2017

Vital times for human rights lawyers as we face attacks on fundamental rights at home and abroad

In these difficult times, human rights lawyers have a vital role to play in challenging prejudice, discrimination and the unlawful exercise of power.

Leslie Thomas QC

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