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Administrative and Public Law, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation | Wednesday 14 June 2017
Supreme Court rules ‘deport first, appeal later’ system unlawful
Sonali Naik and Bijan Hoshi of Garden Court Chambers represented Bail for Immigration Detainees (BID) as first Interveners.
Immigration Law, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation | Wednesday 1 March 2017
Supreme Court - Permission to appeal granted in nationality appeals
Sonali Naik and Helen Foot of Garden Court Chambers are acting on behalf of all three appellants.
Administrative and Public Law, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation | Thursday 29 December 2016
Government reneges on commitment to bring vulnerable unaccompanied refugee children to the UK
Sonali Naik and Bryony Poynor of Garden Court Chambers represent child asylum seekers in legal action against Government.
Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Claims Against the Police and Public Authorities | Friday 21 October 2016
Garden Court and Stephanie Harrison QC shortlisted for Human Rights and Public Law awards
Garden Court has been shortlisted at the Chambers Bar Awards, whilst Stephanie and our Public Law Team are shortlisted at the Legal 500 Awards.
Garden Court Chambers | Tuesday 24 May 2016
Sonali Naik and Tom Stoate shortlisted at the Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Awards
Sonali has been shortlisted for the Legal Aid Barrister Award Tom, for the Legal Aid Newcomer Award.
Garden Court Chambers | Friday 30 October 2015
Chambers UK Bar Guide ranks Garden Court in Band 1
Garden Court Chambers recognised as a leading set for immigration, social housing, civil liberties, police law, Court of Protection, crime and inquests and public inquiries.
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 | Friday 24 April 2015
Legal Aid Agency forced to reconsider ‘exceptional case funding’ decision after vulnerable claimant’s human rights grounds ignored
Sonali Naik represented the claimant.