News & Views
Planning Law, Environmental Law | Wednesday 5 June 2019
Wales scraps £1.6 billion plan to build Gwent Levels M4 Relief road in south Wales
Grace Brown and Irena Sabic, both of Garden Court, represented Gwent Wildlife Trust, Woodland Trust and the Campaign for Protection of Rural Wales at the public inquiry.
Administrative and Public Law | Friday 23 April 2021
High Court Finds Home Office’s Restrictive Approach to Windrush Citizenship Applications Is Irrational
Grace Brown of the Garden Court Chambers Public Law Team represented Mr Howard and his daughter
Immigration Law | Friday 8 November 2019
British citizenship granted to Windrush scandal victim who had been refused because he failed to satisfy the good character requirement
Grace Brown of Garden Court is representing the claimant, Hubert Howard, and is instructed by Connie Sozi at Deighton Pierce Glynn.
Garden Court Chambers | Wednesday 8 September 2021
Grace Brown Shortlisted for BSN Lawyer of the Year at UK Diversity Legal Awards 2021
We are delighted to announce Grace Brown has been shortlisted for BSN Lawyer of the Year in the Chambers category at the UK Diversity Legal Awards 2021.
Garden Court Chambers | Thursday 16 May 2019
15 members of Garden Court Chambers appointed to Equality and Human Rights Commission Panel of Counsel
Stephanie Harrison QC, Amanda Weston QC, Bethan Harris, Liz Davies, Grace Brown, Timothy Baldwin, Mark Symes, Joanne Cecil, Stephen Marsh, Anthony Vaughan, Shu Shin Luh, Connor Johnston, Gráinne Mellon, Tessa Buchanan and Miranda Butler.
Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation, Immigration Law | Monday 14 January 2019
Appeal rights under the 2016 EEA Regulations are to be introduced for extended family members (EFM)
Grace Brown represented the Claimant. She was instructed by Sharif Khan of Oliver Hasani Solicitors.
Immigration Law | Friday 12 October 2018
Secretary of State agrees for permission to apply for judicial review to be granted to an ‘extended family member’ asserting a right of appeal under the Immigration (EEA) Regulations 2016
Grace Brown was instructed by Rezart Alia of Duncan Lewis, who was in turn supervised by Shalini Patel.
International Human Rights, Garden Court International | Friday 14 May 2021
Garden Court barristers appointed Legal Counsel to CEDAW People's Tribunal
Sonali Naik QC, Amanda Weston QC, Nicola Braganza, Grace Brown, Louise Hooper and Maria Moodie, all of Garden Court Chambers, are instructed pro bono to represent the CEDAW People's Tribunal.