News & Views
Administrative and Public Law | Monday 4 October 2021
Home Office work policy for asylum seekers breaches s55 of the BCIA 2009
Sonali Naik QC, Ali Bandegani and Ubah Dirie, all of the Garden Court Chambers Public Law Team, instructed by Syed Naqvi of ITN Solicitors acted for R.
Immigration Law | Friday 1 November 2019
Sonali Naik QC wins Highly Commended Award for Outstanding Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion at Chambers Bar Awards 2019
We are delighted to announce that Sonali Naik QC of Garden Court Chambers won the Highly Commended Award for Outstanding Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion at the Chambers Bar Awards 2019.
Immigration Law | Thursday 7 May 2020
New Afghanistan Country Guidance provides a clear pathway for asylum-seekers to win appeals
Sonali Naik QC, Ronan Toal and Gemma Loughran of the Garden Court Immigration Team represented the appellant, instructed by Kam Dhanjal of JD Spicer Zeb Solicitors.
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 | Wednesday 21 October 2020
Court of Appeal Declares the Home Secretary's Removal Policy Breaches the Constitutional Right of Access to Justice
Our Sonali Naik QC and Ali Bandegani of the Garden Court Immigration Team, instructed by Duncan Lewis and Stephanie Harrison QC for the European Human Rights Commission.
Immigration Law, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation | Wednesday 28 October 2020
Court of Appeal allows father of four’s deportation appeal
Sonali Naik QC and Helen Foot were counsel for the Appellant KB, instructed by Smita Bajaria of Bajaria Solicitors.
Administrative and Public Law, Immigration Law | Wednesday 14 April 2021
Home Office held in breach of Article 2 duty concerning death in immigration detention
Sonali Naik QC, Raza Halim and Stephen Clark of the Garden Court Chambers Public Law Team represented the Applicant. They were instructed by Jamie Bell and Toufique Hossain of Duncan Lewis Public Law Team.
International Human Rights, Garden Court International | Friday 14 May 2021
Garden Court barristers appointed Legal Counsel to CEDAW People's Tribunal
Sonali Naik QC, Amanda Weston QC, Nicola Braganza, Grace Brown, Louise Hooper and Maria Moodie, all of Garden Court Chambers, are instructed pro bono to represent the CEDAW People's Tribunal.