News & Views
Administrative and Public Law, Immigration Law | Thursday 21 November 2019
Home Office concedes unlawful imposition of study restriction as a bail condition on individuals who are ‘appeals rights exhausted’
The two claimants were represented by Shu Shin Luh and Grace Capel of Garden Court’s Public Law and Immigration Teams, instructed by Hannah Baynes, Helen Baron and Joud Soeb of Duncan Lewis’ Public Law Team.
Immigration Law, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation | Friday 19 June 2020
“I wanted to live here with freedom”: Young Roots respond to the challenges faced by refugees during Covid-19 - #RefugeeWeek2020
By Grace Capel of the Garden Court Immigration Team in conjunction with refugee and asylum seeker charity, Young Roots, on how they are supporting young people during lockdown.
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.
Administrative and Public Law | Tuesday 29 September 2020
Home Office makes important concession in unlawful detention claim regarding interpretation of medico-legal reports and discloses unpublished guidance to caseworkers
Stephanie Harrison QC and Grace Capel of the Garden Court Chambers Public Law Team were instructed by Lewis Kett and Emma Dawson of Duncan Lewis solicitors.