News & Views
Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Protest Rights, Protest Rights | Friday 25 March 2022
High Court discharges injunctions in INEOS protestor cases
Stephen Simblet QC, of the Garden Court Chambers Civil Liberties and Protest Teams, represented Joe Corré in the most recent proceedings.
Civil Liberties and Human Rights | Thursday 17 March 2022
Garden Court Chambers submits response to Government’s consultation ‘Human Rights Act Reform: A British Bill of Rights’
Garden Court Chambers has been at the forefront of human rights issues arising in litigation for the past 40 years. We reject the Consultation Paper’s premise of over-reliance upon Strasbourg authority by domestic courts in relation to rights-based claim
Criminal Appeals, Criminal Defence | Friday 11 March 2022
David Emanuel QC succeeds in Court of Appeal again after successful Criminal Cases Review Commission referral
David Emanuel QC, of the Garden Court Chambers Criminal Defence Team, acted for Hanif Patel.
Family Law, Domestic Abuse, Divorce and Family Finances | Friday 11 March 2022
'Emergency Remedies in the Family Courts' loose-leaf available now
Co-authored by members of the Garden Court Chambers Family Team, Amanda Weston QC, Lorna Cservenka, Mai-Ling Savage and Anne Osborne.
Garden Court Chambers | Thursday 3 March 2022
The Stephen Knafler QC Scholarship for refugee bar students
We are delighted to support the new Stephen Knafler QC Scholarship for refugee bar students. The scholarship will enable refugee students to take the Bar Practice Course at The City Law School.
Immigration Law | Friday 25 February 2022
Children of appellant in KO (Nigeria) achieve success in European Court of Human Rights
The applicant children were represented by Sonali Naik QC and Helen Foot, of the Garden Court Chambers Immigration Team, instructed by Oluwole Osibona of Freemans Solicitors.
Family Law, Children Law | Monday 21 February 2022
Child unlawfully deprived of their liberty during lockdown
Rebekah Wilson, of the Garden Court Chambers Famly Team, appeared for the Respondent father, instructed by Saleha Bibi of Sternberg Reed.
Welfare Benefits Law | Friday 18 February 2022
High Court rules it was lawful to restrict £20-a-week covid uplift for Universal Credit claimants with no backdating for legacy benefits claimants
Desmond Rutledge, of the Garden Court Chambers Welfare Benefits Law Team, represented the Claimants, led by Jamie Burton QC of Doughty Street Chambers and instructed by William Ford of Osbornes Law.