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Garden Court Chambers | Thursday 13 October 2005

Dexter Dias instructed in Feltham racial murder inquiry

Garden Court barrister Dexter Dias has been instructed as counsel in Mr Justice Keith's Public Inquiry into the tragic and violent racial murder of Zahid Mubarek at Feltham Young Offenders Institution on 21st March 2000.

Garden Court Chambers | Monday 8 August 2005

LSC Callcounsel changes

Call Counsel Advice lines during August 2005 8th August 05 to 29th August 05 'Garden Court Chambers' will be offering a limited advice system due to our move. Throughout this period we will be providing written and telephone advice. We are asking advisors

Garden Court Chambers | Thursday 21 July 2005

Gypsy appeal

In the Court of Appeal, Marc Willers, barrister at Two Garden Court Chambers, in Smith v. First Secretary of State of Mid Befordshire District Council has clarified that 'fear of crime' cannot be depended upon by local planning authorities to refuse plann

Garden Court Chambers | Monday 11 July 2005

Important changes at Two Garden Court Chambers

Lincoln's Inn Fields is to become the new home of Two Garden Court Chambers - which will become known as 'Garden Court Chambers'. Scheduled to take place on 8th August 2005, the move will see us transfer from our current location at 2 Garden Court in Midd

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

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