News & Views
Immigration Law, Administrative and Public Law | Wednesday 12 August 2020
Lord Chancellor accepts unlawfulness of new Legal Aid scheme for immigration and asylum appeals
Sonali Naik QC and Ali Bandegani of the Garden Court Chambers Immigration and Public Law Teams represented the claimants in two separate claims.
Immigration Law, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation | Wednesday 6 March 2019
Supreme Court reasserts the role of medical experts in asylum claims by torture survivors
The appellant was represented by Ronan Toal and Michelle Brewer. Stephanie Harrison QC, Ali Bandegani and Mark Symes for the interveners.
Immigration Detention Civil Claims | Friday 14 December 2018
Upper Tribunal find the Home Office's amended removal window policy unlawful in key respects
Sonali Naik QC and Ali Bandegani are instructed by Duncan Lewis for the applicants.
Immigration Law | Friday 30 November 2018
KV (Sri Lanka) v SSHD (Helen Bamber Foundation, Freedom from Torture, and Medical Justice Intervening) UKSC 2017/0124
Stephanie Harrison QC, Mark Symes and Ali Bandegani are instructed by Freshfields on behalf of all three intervenors.
Garden Court Chambers | Friday 25 May 2018
Home Office amends Removals Policy in response to legal challenge
Garden Court's Sonali Naik QC and Ali Bandegani represented the applicant.
Garden Court Chambers | Thursday 31 March 2016
Home Office to review its policy on returning Afghan military interpreters
Ali Bandegani of Garden Court Chambers represented the Afghan interpreter, who has been granted asylum, in this case.
Garden Court Chambers | Tuesday 25 August 2015
Unprecedented generic injunction from the Court of Appeal secured ahead of removal flight to Afghanistan
The Appellants, whose asylum claims had been refused, were represented by Sonali Naik, Louise Hooper, Ali Bandegani and Bryony Poynor of Garden Court Chambers.
Garden Court Chambers | Tuesday 10 February 2015
Court of Appeal rules that Zambrano carers are not entitled to mainstream welfare benefits after 8 November 2012
Ms Sanneh was represented by Stephen Knafler QC, Desmond Rutledge and Ali Bandegani.