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Criminal Defence | Monday 18 October 2021

CPS drop terrorism charges against alleged anarchist

Tom Wainwright leading Owen Greenhall of Garden Court Chambers represented Mr Shone, instructed by Tayab Ali and Patrick Ormerod of Bindmans LLP.

Owen Greenhall Tom Wainwright

Garden Court Chambers | Tuesday 12 October 2021

Three new pupils join Garden Court Chambers

We are delighted to welcome Nadia O'Mara, Georgie Rea and Will Hanson who have joined Garden Court Chambers as pupils.

Will Hanson Georgie Rea Nadia O'Mara

Administrative and Public Law | Monday 4 October 2021

Home Office work policy for asylum seekers breaches s55 of the BCIA 2009

Sonali Naik QC, Ali Bandegani and Ubah Dirie, all of the Garden Court Chambers Public Law Team, instructed by Syed Naqvi of ITN Solicitors acted for R.

Ubah Dirie Ali Bandegani Sonali Naik QC

Inquests and Inquiries, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Criminal Defence | Thursday 30 September 2021

Dexter Dias QC Appointed Deputy High Court Judge

Garden Court is very pleased to announce that our colleague Dexter Dias QC has been appointed as a Deputy High Court Judge.

Dexter Dias QC

Criminal Defence | Thursday 30 September 2021

Tom Wainwright secures acquittal in ‘punishment shooting’ trial

Tom Wainwright, of the Garden Court Chambers Criminal Defence Team, was instructed by Kellie Dent and Nick Ives from Mary Monson Solicitors.

Tom Wainwright

Administrative and Public Law | Friday 24 September 2021

Asylum appeals determined under ultra vires Detained Fast Track Procedure Rules are not automatically unfair - unfairness on individual facts of the case is required

TN was represented in the Supreme Court by David Pannick QC, Stephanie Harrison QC & Anthony Vaughan and before that by Stephanie Harrison QC & Louise Hooper in the High Court & Court of Appeal.

Stephanie Harrison QC

Criminal Defence | Thursday 9 September 2021

Clare Wade QC appointed to conduct an independent review of the law around domestic homicides

Clare Wade QC of the Garden Court Chambers Criminal Defence Team – who was lead counsel in the high-profile case of Sally Challen – will examine the need to reform the law before presenting her findings and recommendations to the Lord Chancellor.

Clare Wade QC

Garden Court Chambers | Wednesday 8 September 2021

Natasha Shotunde Shortlisted for BSN Rising Star at UK Diversity Legal Awards 2021

We are delighted to announce Natasha Shotunde has been shortlisted for BSN Rising Star in the Chambers category at the UK Diversity Legal Awards 2021.

Natasha Shotunde

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