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 | Monday 31 August 2020
Equal family justice – its pursuit in a pandemic
Rebekah Wilson of the Garden Court Chambers Family Team and Nkumbe Ekaney QC of 1GC Family Law for the Family Law Journal.
Family Law | Wednesday 29 July 2020
Approved Judgment: H-B-S (Children)
Mai-Ling Savage & Monifa Walters-Thompson of Garden Court represented the appellant, Rebekah Wilson of Garden Court represented the respondent mother, & Lyndsey Sambrooks-Wright of Garden Court represented the father.
Family Law | Thursday 23 July 2020
‘Reading down’ the statute: The case of Re: A (Surrogacy: s.54 Criteria) 
Mai-Ling Savage leading Stephen Lue, both of the Garden Court Chambers Family Team, acted for the father. Rachel Schon was the the third six pupil in this case.
Family Law | Wednesday 24 June 2020
Court of Appeal dismisses Local Authority appeal against court’s refusal to make a placement order in relation to a two-year-old girl
James Holmes of the Garden Court Family Team represented the Respondent Father instructed by Adeeba Naseem of Duncan Lewis Solicitors.
Family Law | Monday 15 June 2020
Court of Appeal upholds ruling by President of Family Division that Family Courts are not bound by a previous assessment or determination on the risk of ‘FGM' made by the First-tier Tribunal
Amanda Weston QC, James Holmes and Naomi Wiseman represented the Local Authority. Kathryn Cronin and Artis Kakonge led by Deirdre Fottrell QC represented the child.
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.
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.