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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

Garden Court Chambers | Tuesday 31 August 2004

New Gypsy and Traveller Law book published - Legal Action Group

Marc Willers of Two Garden Court Chambers is the co-author and editor of a new Legal Action Group (LAG) book called Gypsy and Traveller Law. It is a practical guide to the law of Gypsies and Travellers.

Garden Court Chambers | Thursday 1 April 2004

Two Garden Court Chambers win three LSC contracts

Two Garden Court Chambers win LSC three-year contract to supply Specialist Support Services in Housing, Immigration and Employment. The new contracts, starting on 1 April 2004, confirm Two Garden Court's Housing, Immigration and Employment teams success

Garden Court Chambers | Tuesday 2 March 2004

Business immigration day course deferred

Garden Court Chambers | Wednesday 11 February 2004

R v Secretary of State for the Home Department ex parte Tum and one other action [2003] EWCA Civ 788 Nicola Rogers - Immigration Team

This case concerns the application of the standstill clause in Article 41(1) of the Additional Protocol to the EC-Turkey Association Agreement to Turkish nationals wishing to enter the UK for the purposes of setting up businesses. The Administrative Court

Garden Court Chambers | Monday 22 December 2003

Jan Luba QC appointed Employment Tribunal Judge Chambers news

We are pleased to announce that Jan Luba QC has been appointed a temporary judge of the Employment Appeal Tribunal for a period of two years from August 2004.

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