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.
Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Criminal Appeals | Wednesday 20 November 2019
Garden Court barristers join the JUSTICE Working Party on Racial Disparity in Youth Justice
Maya Sikand, Kate-Aubrey Johnson and Danielle Manson of Garden Court have been appointed to the JUSTICE Working Party, 'Racial Disparity in Youth Justice'
Inquests and Inquiries | Tuesday 19 November 2019
Coroner rules Elsie Frost was unlawfully killed
Anna Morris of Garden Court represented the family, instructed by Gemma Vine of Minton Morrill Solicitors.
Garden Court Chambers | Monday 18 November 2019
A Walk Down a Long Road with Ian Macdonald QC - tribute letter by Professor Gus John
Professor Gus John is Associate Professor of the UCL Institute of Education and Visiting Professor of Coventry University.