News & Views
Criminal Defence | Monday 10 May 2021
Rap and the State’s double whammy: Lack of expert challenge to racist stereotyping
Keir Monteith QC is a member of the Garden Court Chambers Criminal Defence Team and Chair of the Garden Court webinars on prosecuting rap.
Garden Court Chambers | Monday 10 May 2021
Ali Bajwa QC represents former Sri Lanka cricketer Nuwan Zoysa cleared of corruption charges
Ali Bajwa QC, together with Manoj Rupasinghe and a team of lawyers at Lloyds PR Solicitors acted for Mr Zoysa.
Administrative and Public Law | Thursday 6 May 2021
High Court finds colossal interference in Windrush rights by Home Office
Ali Bandegani of the Garden Court Chambers Public Law Team, led by Chris Buttler QC at Matrix Chambers, represented the Claimants. They were instructed by Toufique Hossain, Jeremy Bloom, Jonah Mendelsohn and Nina Kamp of Duncan Lewis Solicitors.
Family Law | Wednesday 5 May 2021
Naomi Wiseman of Garden Court Chambers Family Team Shortlisted at True Honour Awards
We are delighted to announce Naomi Wiseman of Garden Court Chambers Family Team has been shortlisted at the Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation (IKWRO)'s True Honour Awards.
Claims Against the Police and Public Authorities, Criminal Defence, Inquests and Inquiries | Tuesday 4 May 2021
Undercover Policing Inquiry - Witness statement read in full by James Scobie QC on behalf of "Mary"
James Scobie QC of Garden Court Chambers delivers witness statement at Tranche 1 (Phase 2) of the Undercover Policing Inquiry on behalf of “Mary” who was spied upon by Detective Constable Richard Clark.
Administrative and Public Law | Tuesday 4 May 2021
Garden Court Chambers Public Law team Respond to Ministry of Justice's proposals for reform of judicial review
Protest Rights, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Criminal Appeals | Tuesday 4 May 2021
Appeals allowed for Extinction Rebellion Protests
Owen Greenhall and Audrey Cherryl Mogan, members of the Garden Court Chambers Protest Team, represented the appellants. They were instructed by Raj Chada (HJA) and Lydia Dagostino (Kellys).
Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Immigration Detention Civil Claims | Friday 30 April 2021
High Court finds detention to be unlawful with substantial damages awarded for breach of policy and Hardial Singh principles
The Claimant was represented by Greg Ó Ceallaigh of the Garden Court Chambers Civil Liberties Team and Stephanie Hill of Leigh Day.