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Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Inquests and Inquiries | Friday 4 June 2021
Inquest to Resume into Death of Joe Pooley Following Life Imprisonment for His Killers
Joe's mother, Sam Nicholls, is represented in calling for an inquest by Una Morris, assisted by Danielle Manson, both of the Garden Court Chambers Civil Liberties and Human Rights Team, instructed by Sarah Flanagan, from Hodge Jones & Allen Solicitors.
Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Claims Against the Police and Public Authorities | Friday 30 July 2021
The Macpherson Report more than 20 years on - Home Affairs Committee calls for urgent action to tackle deep rooted racial disparities in policing
Professor Leslie Thomas QC, Una Morris and Michael Etienne provided evidence to the committee through the Police Action Lawyers Group.
Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Inquests and Inquiries | Tuesday 25 May 2021
Joe Pooley’s murderers sentenced for the death of the vulnerable 22-year-old
Joe's mother, Sam Nicholls, is represented in calling for an inquest by Una Morris, assisted by Danielle Manson, instructed by Sarah Flanagan, from Hodge Jones & Allen Solicitors.
Inquests and Inquiries, Civil Liberties and Human Rights | Wednesday 7 August 2019
Garden Court barristers appointed to advise JUSTICE on reform of institutional responses to deaths or other serious incidents
Leslie Thomas QC, Thalia Maragh and Una Morris of the Garden Court Inquests and Public Inquiries Team have been appointed to the JUSTICE Working Party, 'When Things Go Wrong'.
Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Inquests and Inquiries, Criminal Defence | Wednesday 4 November 2020
Undercover Policing Inquiry - Rajiv Menon QC opening statement
Rajiv Menon QC is instructed by Richard Parry of Saunders Law & Jane Deighton of Deighton Pierce Glynn.
Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Claims Against the Police and Public Authorities | Friday 26 July 2019
Ministry of Defence can be vicariously liable for rape committed on base
Una Morris and Camila Zapata Besso successfully acted for the Claimant in TPKN v Ministry of Defence . Read about the legal implications of the recent judgment.
Administrative and Public Law, Criminal Defence, Civil Liberties and Human Rights | Thursday 11 July 2019
Joanne Cecil wins Legal Aid Barrister of the Year and Una Morris wins Legal Aid Newcomer of the Year at 2019 LALY Awards
Garden Court Chambers is delighted to announce that two of our barristers won awards at the seventeenth annual Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Awards.
Civil Liberties and Human Rights | Tuesday 25 August 2020
JUSTICE launches timely report on urgent reform for major inquests and inquiries
The organisation Justice launched their latest much anticipated Working Party publication:‘When things go wrong: the response of the justice system’. The Working Party included a number of retired High Court Judges and leading practitioners in the field a