News & Views
Housing Law | Wednesday 1 July 2020
Crisis unveils draft emergency legislation to end rough sleeping and homelessness
Adrian Berry, Liz Davies and Connor Johnston of the Garden Court Housing Team worked with Crisis to draft the legislation.
Housing Law | Tuesday 15 October 2019
Garden Court Housing Team responds to Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government consultation on 'A new deal for renters'
The Garden Court Housing Team welcomes the government’s proposal to abolish no fault evictions (based on s.21 Housing Act 1988).
Immigration Law, Housing Law | Thursday 11 March 2021
High Court rules on access to emergency accommodation during pandemic to people usually ineligible for support
Liz Davies, Adrian Berry and Connor Johnston of the Garden Court Chambers Housing Team were instructed to represent Shelter.
Immigration Law, Welfare Benefits Law | Thursday 12 March 2020
Upper Tribunal rules that a British child living with her mother in the UK will not be entitled to Disability Living Allowance if her father is living and working in another EU State
Adrian Berry and Desmond Rutledge acted for the Claimant, instructed by William Ford of Osbornes Law. The claimant is considering an appeal to the Court of Appeal.
Housing Law | Thursday 27 August 2020
Housing Law Handbook: A Practical Guide (Law Society, 2nd edition)
Edited by Stephen Cottle. Contributors: Tim Baldwin, Adrian Berry, Tessa Buchanan, Sophie Caseley, Justine Compton, Sebastian Elgueta, Ed Fitzpatrick, Kevin Gannon, Adrian Marshall Williams, David Renton, Desmond Rutledge and Marina Sergides.
Welfare Benefits Law, Community Care Law, Administrative and Public Law | Thursday 19 September 2019
HMRC defeated at European Court of Justice on rights for pregnant self-employed EU Citizens
Adrian Berry and Desmond Rutledge of Garden Court Chambers represented Ms Dakneviciute, instructed by the Welfare Rights Service of the City of Wolverhampton Council.
Housing Law | Thursday 3 August 2017
The Garden Court Chambers Housing Team respond to the consultation of Terms of Reference of the Grenfell Tower Inquiry
The Grenfell Tower Inquiry has called for responses to the consultation of Terms of Reference.
Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Garden Court International, Immigration Detention Civil Claims | Wednesday 2 November 2016
Garden Court barristers join #IBelong statelessness debate
Edward Grieves, Adrian Berry and Jo Cecil were invited to speak at a conference examining the significant international human rights issues of arbitrary revocation of citizenship and statelessness.