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Garden Court Chambers | Wednesday 2 February 2005

Courtenay Griffiths QC receives Honorary Doctorate

Courtenay Griffiths QC has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate by Leeds Metropolitan University for his services to criminal justice. Click her e for further information and news about the ceremony

Garden Court Chambers | Monday 31 January 2005

Download Owen Davies QC's speech entitled Human Rights and Poverty Reduction.

On 31st January 2005, Owen Davies QC made a speech entitled 'Human Rights and Poverty Reduction - Realities, controversies and strategies' to the Overseas Development Institute. You can download this speech from here. ODA HUMAN RIGHTS AND POVERTY REDUCT

Garden Court Chambers | Tuesday 18 January 2005

Rick Scannell resigns from SIAC

Rick Scannell , a barrister with Two Garden Court Chambers, has resigned from being a Special Advocate on the Special Immigration Appeals Tribunal. Rick's resignation is the second by members of Two Garden Court Chambers - Ian MacDonald QC resigned his po

Garden Court Chambers | Saturday 15 January 2005

Romany wars - article

In an article for the Solicitors Journal (14.01.05), David Watkinson from Two Garden Court Chambers, reports that issues around gypsies and the location of gypsy caravan sites show no sign of abating in the media or the courts and that gypsy caravan sites

Garden Court Chambers | Tuesday 21 December 2004

Owen Davies QC statement

In support of the decision of Ian Macdonald QC to resign from his position as Special Advocate to the Special Immigration Appeal Court, Owen Davies QC, head of Two Garden Court Chambers said: "The members of Two Garden Court Chambers are right behi

Garden Court Chambers | Thursday 16 December 2004

Detention without charge unlawful

In an eight to one decision, the House of Lords today (16th December 2004) held that detaining suspected foreign terrorists without charge or trial is incompatible with Article 5 of the European Convention of Human Rights and that the UK could not derogat

Garden Court Chambers | Wednesday 8 December 2004

Spring/Summer 2005 - Seminar programme

Our new seminar programme, for the Spring and Summer 2005 is now available. The programme outlines all of the seminars we are running through to July 2005. Download the Spring/Summer 2005 seminar programme by clicking on the file below Spring-Summer 05

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.

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