News & Views
Immigration Law | Friday 21 September 2018
A Father Was Arrested And Pinned To The Ground Naked In His Home By Immigration Officers Acting On A False Tip-Off
This article was written by Emily Dugan for BuzzFeed News. David Jones of the Garden Court Chambers Immigration Team is representing Tapiwa Matukutire.
Immigration Law | Wednesday 1 March 2023
Refugee protection appeal allowed outright by the Court of Appeal
The Appellant, MAH was represented by David Jones and David Sellwood of Garden Court Chambers.
Immigration Law, Administrative and Public Law | Friday 10 July 2020
Court of Appeal allows appeal against deportation order approved by Upper Tribunal on grounds of identifying procedural unfairness in decision making and findings of fact
David Jones and Tim Baldwin of the Garden Court Chambers Immigration and Public Law Teams appeared for the Appellant instructed by Rachel Meates of Irving and Co Solicitors.
Immigration Law | Monday 28 June 2021
Important new ruling on access to British Passports for those subject to nationality deprivation proceedings
David Jones of the Garden Court Chambers Immigration Team appeared for the Claimant instructed by Mark Lilley-Tams of OTB Legal.
Immigration Detention Civil Claims, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation | Monday 2 March 2020
Victory in false imprisonment action challenging the lawfulness of Home Office Iraqi removal exercise
David Jones of Garden Court Chambers was instructed by Tori Sicher of Sutovic & Hartigan Solicitors.
Immigration Law, Administrative and Public Law | Friday 21 August 2020
Reported case: High Court orders release of vulnerable immigration detainee
Claimant represented by Taimour Lay of Garden Court Chambers instructed by Bahar Ata of Duncan Lewis Solicitors. David Jones of Garden Court Chambers is instructed in the ongoing unlawful detention claim.
Immigration Law | Wednesday 2 May 2018
David Jones delivers speech on common claims against the Home Office on panel at Commonwealth Forum UK at the House of Commons
David Jones joined the panel for the Commonwealth Forum UK organised by Britafrique and Affirm Human Rights UK on Monday 1 May.
Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Immigration Law, Immigration Detention Civil Claims | Friday 23 June 2017
European Court of Human Rights finds UK in breach of Article 5 over unlawful detention of Zimbabwean national
David Jones of the Garden Court Chambers Immigration Team represented the Zimbabwean national.