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Family Law, Children Law | Thursday 4 March 2021

Garden Court Chambers mourns the death of Ian Peddie QC

Family Law, Children Law, International Family Law | Monday 5 October 2020

Naomi Wiseman quoted in The Guardian - New Bill could close child marriage loophole in England & Wales

Naomi Wiseman of the Garden Court Chambers Family Team is providing legal advice on the Bill.

Family Law, Children Law | Wednesday 27 May 2020

The Local Authority v Mothers and Others 2020 EWHC 1216

Rebekah Wilson of the Garden Court Family Team appeared in the case of The Local Authority v Mother & Ors, led by Andrew Bagchi QC, acting for an intervener whose younger brother had been strangled at the age of 13.

Rebekah Wilson

Family Law, Children Law | Wednesday 13 May 2020

Law Society Gazette - McFarlane warns of remote hearing ‘overload’ after wrong care order

Stephen Lue of the Garden Court Chambers Family Team represented the grandmother in this case.

Stephen Lue

Administrative and Public Law, Children Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights | Thursday 17 October 2019

Garden Court Chambers ranked in Band 1 in Chambers UK Bar Guide 2020

We are delighted to have once again been ranked in Band 1 by Chambers and Partners in the Chambers UK Bar Guide 2020.

Family Law, Children Law | Friday 12 July 2019

Family Law Update: Uncertain perpetrator cases – the correct approach

Written by William Tautz of the Garden Court Chambers Family Team.

William Tautz

Family Law, Children Law | Thursday 10 January 2019

Natural family in Ghana, securing Article 8 rights

Rebekah Wilson acted for the Appellant, Monifa Walters-Thompson acted pro bono for the fourth respondents and Maggie Jones acted for the Respondent Children’s Guardian.

Maggie Jones Monifa Walters-Thompson Rebekah Wilson

Family Law, Children Law | Monday 17 December 2018

Family Law Update: Teenagers, secure accommodation and the relevance of consent

Written by Mai-Ling Savage of the Garden Court Chambers Family Team.

Mai-Ling Savage

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