News & Views
Immigration Law | Thursday 22 August 2019
How will the UK immigration system cope with no deal Brexit?
Written by Patrick Lewis of Garden Court and Anne Morrison of Davidson Morris.
Inquests and Inquiries, Civil Liberties and Human Rights | Wednesday 7 August 2019
Garden Court barristers appointed to advise JUSTICE on reform of institutional responses to deaths or other serious incidents
Leslie Thomas QC, Thalia Maragh and Una Morris of the Garden Court Inquests and Public Inquiries Team have been appointed to the JUSTICE Working Party, 'When Things Go Wrong'.
Administrative and Public Law | Friday 2 August 2019
Judicial review challenges refusal of discretionary leave to remain to a victim of trafficking
Maha Sardar of Garden Court represented the applicant in the Upper Tribunal where permission was granted to judicially review the Home Office decision. She was instructed by Duncan Lewis.
Garden Court International, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Criminal Defence | Monday 5 August 2019
Supreme Court challenge to lawfulness of UK facilitation of the death penalty in the US
Jacob Bindman is representing the intervener, Reprieve, led by Mark Summers QC at Matrix Chambers. They are instructed by Rosa Curling of Leigh Day in the expedited appeal at the Supreme Court.