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Employment and Discrimination Law | Thursday 7 March 2019

Essop & Others v Home Office landmark indirect race and age discrimination claims finally settle for over £1 million three days into hearing

Nicola Braganza was instructed by Kate Lea of Thompsons Solicitors and acted on behalf of 47 PCS members, and was also instructed by Marion Scovell of Prospect on behalf of a further Prospect member.

Nicola Braganza KC

Administrative and Public Law, Immigration Law, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation | Tuesday 20 February 2024

Important judgment on the correct approach to assessing eligibility under ARAP

Our Nicola Braganza KC and Maria Moodie of the Garden Court Public Law Team successfully represented MA, instructed by Siobhan Foulner of Wilson Solicitors.

Maria Moodie Nicola Braganza KC

Employment and Discrimination Law | Thursday 16 December 2021

The Ministry of Defence can no longer discriminate against veterans on the grounds of their disability – it breaches their human rights

Nicola Braganza of Garden Court Chambers represents T, instructed by Emma Norton, solicitor at the Centre for Military Justice.

Nicola Braganza KC

Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Inquests and Inquiries, Mental Health Law | Wednesday 22 December 2021

Nicola Braganza, Mark Gatley and Liz Davies of Garden Court Chambers to be appointed Queen’s Counsel

Garden Court Chambers is delighted to announce that Nicola Braganza, Mark Gatley and Liz Davies of Garden Court Chambers will be formally appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2022.

Liz Davies KC Nicola Braganza KC Mark Gatley KC

Employment and Discrimination Law | Friday 29 May 2020

Nicola Braganza appointed Fee-paid Employment Tribunal Judge and Fee-paid First-tier Tribunal Judge, assigned to Health, Education and Social Care Chamber (Special Educational Needs and Disability)

Nicola Braganza KC

Administrative and Public Law, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation | Thursday 23 November 2017

Nicola Braganza invited by the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the EU to speak on multiple discrimination in Brussels

On 14 November 2017 she presented to the Working Group on Social Questions of the Council of the EU.

Nicola Braganza KC

Immigration Law | Monday 9 October 2017

One in five stopped by immigration enforcement is a UK citizen, figures show

Christopher Williams and Nicola Braganza spoke to journalist Adam Cantwell-Corn from the Bristol Cable.

Nicola Braganza KC Christopher Williams

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.

Sonali Naik KC Maria Moodie Grace Brown Nicola Braganza KC Louise Hooper Amanda Weston KC

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