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Garden Court Chambers | Tuesday 7 December 2004

Step-by-step guides to the Extradition Act 2003 New Law Journal - 26 November and 3 December 2004

Owen Davies QC and Maya Sikand have produced a step-by-step guide to the Extradition Act 2003. It was published in the New Law Journal in two parts, on 26 November and 3 December 2004.

Garden Court Chambers | Thursday 11 November 2004

Two Garden Court Chambers recommended by Legal 500

The Legal 500 have recently published their 2004-2005 new rankings and comments Two Garden Court Chambers is recommended in a number of areas: "Claimant-orientated Two Garden Court has been top in immigration for years, and is also recommended in p

Garden Court Chambers | Wednesday 10 November 2004

Two new barristers join Garden Court teams

Two Garden Court Chambers is pleased to welcome two new barristers: John Beckley to the housing team, Desmond Rutledge to the civil team.

Garden Court Chambers | Tuesday 2 November 2004

Human Rights victory for the family of a murdered Kurdish father in South-East Turkey Nicola Rogers - Immigration Team

Seyhan v. Turkey (application no. 33384/96) Judgment of 2 November 2004 of the European Court of Human Rights The applicant, Mehmet Seyhan, is a Turkish national who was born in 1962 and now lives in France. His father, SÃRleyman Seyhan, disappeared on

Garden Court Chambers | Monday 1 November 2004

Two Garden Court Chambers welcomes two new practitioners

Marc Willers and Michael Paget, formerly of 1 Pump Court Chambers, have joined Two Garden Court Chambers based in the Middle Temple.

Garden Court Chambers | Monday 1 November 2004

Housing team respond to LSC consultation

This is a response from the Housing Team at Two Garden Court Chambers to some of the proposals set out in the Legal Services Commission Consultation Paper entitled A New Focus for Civil Legal Aid.

Garden Court Chambers | Monday 1 November 2004

Ian Macdonald QC resigns from SIAC

Ian Macdonald QC from Two Garden Court Chambers, has resigned from his post on the Special Immigration Appeal Court in protest over the government's anti-terror laws. He did so when the government failed to recognise a House of Lords ruling (on Friday 16t

Garden Court Chambers | Wednesday 29 September 2004

Gypsies win appeal

Chichester District Council v The First Secretary of State, Grant Doe, Gregory Yates, Paul Eames [2004] EWCA Civ 1248

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