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Garden Court Chambers | Friday 24 June 2005

Legal aid lawyer of the year

David Watkinson has been announced a winner in the barrister category of the Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year awards 2005. He and Stephen Knafler, from Two Garden Court Chambers, were two of three shortlisted, but on the night it was David who took the esta

Garden Court Chambers | Saturday 30 April 2005

Community care law reports practitioner seminars

LAG, publisher of Community Care Law Reports (CCLR), in association with Two Garden Court Chambers and Doughty Street Chambers, is proud to announce a brand new CCLR evening seminar series. These quarterley seminars will take place in Central London bet

Garden Court Chambers | Friday 22 April 2005

Inderpal Rahal Memorial Trust

Following the tragic death of young barrister Inderpal Rahal, a charitable trust has been established in her memory to enable women experiencing financial hardship to further their legal education. The trust applies to women who are from an immigrant or r

Garden Court Chambers | Thursday 7 April 2005

New appeals regime: transitional provisions

The new appeals regime: transitional provisions Everyone with an immigration practice has cases which are waiting for an adjudicator hearing, cases in which a determination from an adjudicator is awaited, or an application for permission to appeal to the

Garden Court Chambers | Thursday 31 March 2005

Brian Haw wins appeal

Kate Aubrey-Johnson, barrister from Two Garden Court Chambers, was counsel for Brian Haw, instructed by Bindmans Solicitors, in his appeal against a conviction for 'failing to leave a cordoned area' in May 2004. Below is a copy of the press release issued

Garden Court Chambers | Thursday 31 March 2005

Social Housing Law & Practice 2005

Jan Luba QC and Stephen Knafler of Two Garden Court Chambers will be speaking at the Social Housing Law & Practice conference held by Lime Legal and Housing Today on the 21st April 2005. You can download further details about this conference from he

Garden Court Chambers | Wednesday 30 March 2005

Junior Bar Committee debate

The Junior Bar Committee of the Inner Temple Presents a House Debate: ID Cards should be made compulsory. Debaters include: Shami Chakrabarti, Director of Liberty, Chris Bryant MP for Labour, Stephen Simblet Barrister from Two Garden Court Chambers and Ma

Garden Court Chambers | Tuesday 1 March 2005

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