News & Views
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, International Family Law | Thursday 1 November 2018
High Court hears failed asylum seeker's daughter 'at FGM risk'
Garden Court's James Holmes is instructed by Suffolk County Council.
Family Law, Children Law, International Family Law | Wednesday 1 August 2018
Court of Appeal allows first successful appeal against Female Genital Mutilation Protection Order
Sarah Forster appeared on behalf of the mother and James Holmes, who was also instructed at first instance, appeared on behalf the local authority led by Hannah Markham QC.
Family Law, Children Law, International Family Law | Wednesday 28 March 2018
Malek Wan Daud joins Council of Europe delegation to Portugal to evaluate implementation of Istanbul Convention on Combating Violence Against Women
Malek Wan Daud is a member of the Garden Court Chambers Family Team.
Court of Protection, Garden Court International, International Family Law | Monday 5 February 2018
Garden Court Chambers is delighted to welcome back Artis Kakonge from her sabbatical
Artis is returning to Chambers after spending the past few years working in local government.
Administrative and Public Law, International Family Law | Wednesday 27 September 2017
The Council of Europe’s Group of Experts on Action against Violence against Women and Domestic Violence (GREVIO) publish first two evaluation reports
Louise Hooper of Garden Court Chambers was part of the delegation who carried out an evaluation visit to Austria between 28 November to 2 December 2016.
Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Community Care Law | Friday 22 September 2017
Bach Commission report calls for Rights to Justice Act and far wider eligibility for legal aid
Garden Court Chambers contributed evidence to the Bach Commission.
Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Community Care Law | Friday 16 June 2017
Garden Court Chambers extends condolences and solidarity to all those affected by Grenfell Tower tragedy
Garden Court Chambers is horrified by the fire at Grenfell Towers. We extend our condolences and our solidarity to all those bereaved, injured or rendered homeless.