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In the aftermath of the terrible disaster at Grenfell Towers Pete Weatherby QC provided his view on what urgent steps must be taken next.
Supreme Court finds that “deport first, appeal later” power results in unfairness contrary to the procedural guarantees of Article 8 ECHR
The Supreme Court has today given judgment in R (Kiarie) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  UKSC 42. In this article Joseph Markus, who represented Mr Kiarie (having been led by Richard...
Garden Court North Chambers is pleased to be supporting the Public Law and Judicial Review North Conference
A conference on the impact and potential responses to sanctioning and other public law issues for advisers, advocates, lawyers,campaigning organisations, NGO’s and legal services in public bodies.
Pete Weatherby QC says the Human Rights Act protects us all in response to Theresa May’s pledge to scrap the Act
Pete Weatherby QC took part in an interview with BBC Radio Wales yesterday (07.06.17), to express his grave concern at Theresa May’s announcement that she will scrap Human Rights laws if they impede the...
Brenda Campbell and Tom Royston shortlisted for the 2017 Legal Aid Practitioners Group Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Awards
Criminal Law and Inquests Barrister Brenda Campbell and Social Welfare Law specialist Tom Royston have been shortlisted in the prestigious Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Awards 2017.
We are pleased to welcome Tasaddat Hussain (formerly of Broadway House Chambers) as a Member of our Immigration Team.
Garden Court North Chambers has previously condemned the decision by HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) to pilot late sittings in various criminal and civil courts, including the Civil Justice Centre...
Garden Court North Chambers is pleased to announce its two pupils are now in their 'second six' and are able to accept instructions across a range of disciplines.