News & Views
Administrative and Public Law, Welfare Benefits Law | Wednesday 7 December 2016
Court of Appeal clarifies the approach to be taken when restricting the amount of housing benefit payable to claimants in a women’s refuge
Desmond Rutledge of Garden Court Chambers acted for the Intervener (Roshni).
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 | Wednesday 14 October 2015
Use it or lose it: How to secure public funding for social security cases
In the October edition of Legal Action, Desmond Rutledge of Garden Court Chambers and Tom Royston of Garden Court North explain there are no shortage of qualifying social security cases for legal aid.
Garden Court Chambers | Monday 21 September 2015
Female EU Citizens can retain ‘Worker’ status for pregnancy-related reasons for 52 weeks
The three claimants were represented by Adrian Berry and Desmond Rutledge of Garden Court Chambers.
Garden Court Chambers | Thursday 26 February 2015
Court of Appeal rules on whether UK is required to make backdated income support payments to refugees
Adrian Berry and Desmond Rutledge were instructed by Hackney Community Law Centre for the appellant.
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.
Garden Court Chambers | Monday 7 July 2014
Decision to abolish backdating of income support for refugees to be appealed
Court of Appeal to consider whether abolishing backdating of income support for refugees breaches international law
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.