News & Views
Garden Court Chambers | Thursday 27 August 2015
Court of Appeal upholds finding that Moroccan national was unlawfully detained for eight months
The claimant was represented by Stephanie Harrison QC and Greg Ó Ceallaigh of Garden Court Chambers.
Garden Court Chambers | Tuesday 14 July 2015
Court of Appeal to consider Home Office obligations when detaining age disputed children under immigration powers
The Court of Appeal will consider the obligations owed by the Home Office when detaining children who are age disputed. Garden Court Chambers is representing the families.
Garden Court Chambers | Thursday 25 June 2015
Hungary plans 100-mile fence to keep out migrants - Greg Ó Ceallaigh on Al Jazeera's Inside Story
Al Jazeera's Inside Story debates Hungary's plans for a 100-mile fence to keep out migrants. Panellists include Greg Ó Ceallaigh, barrister with the Garden Court Immigration Team.
Garden Court Chambers | Wednesday 4 March 2015
UN found to have breached human rights of peaceful protesters
UN to give public apology and compensation for role in deaths of protesters. Paul Troop was leading counsel.
Garden Court Chambers | Tuesday 16 September 2014
High Court rules length of Moroccan national's detention unlawful
The High Court has found that the final eight months of a Moroccan national's 22-month immigration detention were unlawful - Mustafa Fardous v SSHD
Garden Court Chambers | Monday 16 December 2013
High Court releases Somali national and rules detention unlawful
The High Court has ordered the release of a Somali national, ruling his immigration detention unlawful. The man was represented at the trial by Greg Ó Ceallaigh.