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Right to Reside for Children and their Primary Carers Seminar

Garden Court North Chambers is pleased to host Child Poverty Action Group's Right to Reside for Children and their Primary Carers seminar on 30th March...



Article 8 Defences - Does the Court of Appeal's decision in Jones v Canal & River Trust refusing summary disposal have lessons for housing cases?

The Court of Appeal has held that the summary disposal approach to Article 8 defences applied in possession proceedings in respect of residential tenancies...


Lucy Mair to be a Panel Member at the University of Huddersfield's 4th Annual Social Justice Lecture

The theme of this year's Social Justice Lecture is human trafficking and modern day slavery and it takes place between 5.30pm and 7.30pm on April 3rd 2017...


Immigration Team Spring Seminar on April 5th 2017 with Guest Speaker Professor Yaron Matras, Professor of Linguistics at the University of Manchester

Garden Court North Chambers’ Immigration Team, recognised as one of the leading sets in the country for its provision of specialist advice on all aspects...


Accessing Exceptional Case Funding - Public Law Project Seminar at Garden Court North Chambers on March 10th 2017

Exceptional Case Funding (ECF) is intended to offer a legal aid ‘safety net’ for cases in which legal aid is not normally available. Unlike other forms...


Uncovering and challenging Manchester’s links to contemporary slavery

Garden Court North Chambers and Human Rights Watch invite you to a screening of the BBC Arabic documentary Pregnant and in Chains in the United Arab Emirates,...



Lessons from Preparing a Big Case

Pete Weatherby QC writes in Counsel Magazine about the practical challenges of running inquiries and other high-volume cases


US Death Penalty Training – Spring 2017 

On the weekends of February 10th to 12th and March 4th to 5th 2017, Amicus will be running is highly successful bi-annual training programme in US capital...


Housing Team Seminar Programme 2017

During 2017 the Housing Team will present the following seminar programme, with each event being held in Chambers' 60 seater seminar suite:


Should IPP prisoners be released?

This important issue is back in the news, with recent contributions from Michael Gove and the chair of the Parole Board Nick Hardwick.


Pete Weatherby QC writes in Counsel Magazine about Truth and Justice - Lessons to be Learned from the Hillsborough Proceedings

Hillsborough is arguably the most serious miscarriage of justice in our history and lessons must be learned from the proceedings.