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Family Law | Wednesday 11 March 2020

The unprecedented case of a third fact finding hearing

Author: Monifa Walters-Thompson - Barrister, Garden Court Chambers

Monifa Walters-Thompson

Family Law | Thursday 20 February 2020

Garden Court Family Team are delighted with the news that Allison Munroe is to take silk

Authors: Rebekah Wilson and Monifa Walters-Thompson, Barristers, Garden Court Chambers Family Team

Allison Munroe QC

Family Law | Tuesday 28 January 2020

Naomi Wiseman of Garden Court has been accepted by the University of Cambridge Family Law Centre as a visiting research scholar

Naomi Wiseman is a member of the Garden Court Chambers Family Law Team.

Family Law | Wednesday 15 January 2020

'Preventing deportation of a child at risk of FGM: Part Two' published in Family Law Journal

The article is written by Naomi Wiseman and James Holmes of the Garden Court Family Team.

Naomi Wiseman

Family Law | Tuesday 3 December 2019

'Revoking an adoption order: unusual and exceptional' published in Family Law Journal

Written by Naomi Wiseman and Mai-Ling Savage of Garden Court Chambers.

Naomi Wiseman Kathryn Cronin Mai-Ling Savage

Family Law | Monday 25 November 2019

A (No. 2) (Children: Findings of Fact) [2019] EWCA Civ 1947 (14 November 2019)

Rebekah Wilson of Garden Court represented the appellant father, led by Andrew Bagchi QC of 1 Garden Court, instructed by Shanthi Balakrishnan of Imran Khan and Co Solicitors in the Court of Appeal case. The judgement was handed down on 14 November 2019

Rebekah Wilson

Family Law | Tuesday 5 November 2019

Naomi Wiseman meets with MPs on campaign to end child marriage in England and Wales

Naomi Wiseman of the Garden Court Chambers Family Law Team is advising the Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation (IKWRO) in relation to their campaign (with other groups) to introduce legislation to end child marriage in England and Wales.

Family Law | Monday 4 November 2019

Re S (A Child: Adequacy of reasoning) [2019] EWCA Civ 1845

Malek Wan Daud of Garden Court Chambers represented the respondent child by his children's guardian, instructed by Collins Solicitors.

Malek Wan Daud

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