News & Views
Garden Court Chambers | Thursday 26 April 2018
Four admissibility decisions from the European Court of Human Rights on Secrecy and National Security in Civil Proceedings
Paul Troop appeared for Gulamhussein, Tariq, and Kiani in the European Court.
Criminal Defence, Garden Court International | Tuesday 13 September 2016
Landmark international human rights case opens the door of universal jurisdiction for victims of torture
The complainant, Mr Raut, was advised by Paul Troop of Garden Court Chambers
Garden Court Chambers | Tuesday 3 May 2016
European Court of Human Rights finds Turkey in breach of Article 2 over alleged political assassination
Sefer Cerf's wife, Yaşar Cerf, brought a claim against the Turkish state relying on Article 2 (right to life). She was represented by Paul Troop of Garden Court Chambers.
Garden Court Chambers | Wednesday 22 July 2015
Court of Appeal ruling likely to increase the use of secret courts and damage open justice
The appellant, represented by Junior Council Paul Troop of Garden Court Chambers, remains excluded from his own case and has not been provided with any evidence nor a gist of the information held against him.
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.