News & Views
Employment and Discrimination Law | Thursday 7 March 2019
Essop & Others v Home Office landmark indirect race and age discrimination claims finally settle for over £1 million three days into hearing
Nicola Braganza was instructed by Kate Lea of Thompsons Solicitors and acted on behalf of 47 PCS members, and was also instructed by Marion Scovell of Prospect on behalf of a further Prospect member.
Immigration Law | Wednesday 6 March 2019
Supreme Court reasserts the role of medical experts in asylum claims by torture survivors
The appellant was represented by Ronan Toal and Michelle Brewer. Stephanie Harrison QC, Ali Bandegani and Mark Symes for the interveners.
Criminal Defence | Wednesday 6 March 2019
YouTube star Ally Law avoids custody for breaking into Big Brother house
Ally Law was represented at his sentencing hearing by Tom Wainwright of the Garden Court Chambers Criminal Defence Team when he was given a community order for two counts of aggravated trespass.
Immigration Law | Tuesday 5 March 2019
Albanian blood feuds and certification: a critical view
This paper is written by David Neale, legal researcher and former barrister at Garden Court Chambers.