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Blog 23 Mar 2018

Election of NLD and Aung San Suu Kyi has not significantly affected the treatment of political activists by Burmese authorities

Joseph Markus, a barrister a Garden Court North Chambers, considers the Upper Tribunal's decision in OO (Burma – TS remains appropriate CG) Burma.

Blog 22 Mar 2018

Correcting historic discrimination in the acquisition of British citizenship

Garden Court North Chambers' Joseph Markus discusses the British Nationality Act 1981 (Remedial) Order 2018.

Blog 04 Mar 2018

The crisis in the Criminal Justice System

Drawing on 40 years' of experience, Garden Court North Chambers' Mark George QC explains why the Criminal Justice System is in crisis.

Chambers news

The Supreme Court grants permission to appeal in Samuels v Birmingham City Council

Garden Court North Chambers' James Stark, instructed by the Community Law Partnership, has appeared for Ms Samuels throughout.

Blog 08 Feb 2018

Mark George QC on why you should consider doing an Amicus internship

If you are human rights lawyer in the making, volunteer to work in a law office in one of the US death penalty states.

Blog 31 Jan 2018

The recent disclosure fiascos show the criminal justice system is in deep crisis – why are senior figures denying this simple fact?

Mark George QC, Head of Garden Court North Chambers, explains why the criminal justice system is at crisis point.


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