News & Views
Immigration Law | Monday 31 July 2017
‘Trafficking is a function of the absence of safe, legal ways to claim asylum in Europe’ - Greg Ó Ceallaigh on Al Jazeera’s Inside Story
Greg Ó Ceallaigh is a member of the Garden Court Chambers Immigration Team.
Immigration Law, Immigration: Personal and Business, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation | Tuesday 24 January 2017
What lies ahead for immigration law in 2017?
Greg O Ceallaigh speaks to LexisNexis about what 2017 might mean for immigration law.
Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Immigration Detention Civil Claims | Friday 4 November 2016
Home Office unlawfully detained victim of torture
The claimant was represented by Greg Ó Ceallaigh of Garden Court's Immigration Detention Team.
Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Claims Against the Police and Public Authorities | Friday 21 October 2016
Garden Court and Stephanie Harrison QC shortlisted for Human Rights and Public Law awards
Garden Court has been shortlisted at the Chambers Bar Awards, whilst Stephanie and our Public Law Team are shortlisted at the Legal 500 Awards.
Administrative and Public Law, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation | Friday 22 July 2016
High Court finds Home Office system for allocating bail accommodation to immigration detainees is operating unlawfully
Stephanie Harrison QC, Anthony Vaughan and Greg Ó Ceallaigh acted for the three successful claimants.
Garden Court Chambers | Wednesday 20 January 2016
Court of Appeal rejects attempts by Home Secretary to deport man resident in Britain for 60 years
Stephen Knafler QC and Greg Ó Ceallaigh of Garden Court Chambers represented the respondent, Benedetto Vassallo.
Garden Court Chambers | Friday 6 November 2015
Court of Appeal rules Home Office acted unlawfully by detaining Iranian child seeking asylum
The child was represented by Stephanie Harrison QC and Shu Shin Luh of Garden Court Chambers.
Garden Court Chambers | Friday 30 October 2015
Chambers UK Bar Guide ranks Garden Court in Band 1
Garden Court Chambers recognised as a leading set for immigration, social housing, civil liberties, police law, Court of Protection, crime and inquests and public inquiries.