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Blog 15 Mar 2019

100 years in Law – Women in Silk

Clare Ashcroft, barrister at Garden Court North Chambers, looks at the history of women in law and where we are 100 hundred years later.

Blog 21 Dec 2018

Barbarism Is Beneath Us (Part 5)

Aarif Abraham discusses, in a five-part series, the challenges applicants from States across Europe face when seeking remedies at the European Court of Human Rights.

Blog 20 Dec 2018

Barbarism Is Beneath Us (Part 4)

Aarif Abraham discusses, in a five-part series, the challenges applicants from States across Europe face when seeking remedies at the European Court of Human Rights.

Blog 19 Dec 2018

Barbarism Is Beneath Us (Part 3)

Aarif Abraham discusses, in a five-part series, the challenges applicants from States across Europe face when seeking remedies at the European Court of Human Rights.

Blog 18 Dec 2018

Barbarism Is Beneath Us (Part 2)

Aarif Abraham discusses, in a five-part series, the challenges applicants from States across Europe face when seeking remedies at the European Court of Human Rights.

Blog 17 Dec 2018

Barbarism Is Beneath Us (Part 1)

Aarif Abraham discusses, in a five-part series, the challenges applicants from States across Europe face when seeking remedies at the European Court of Human Rights.

Blog 18 Oct 2018

Prison not appropriate for peaceful protestors

Three peaceful anti-fracking protestors, represented by Chambers’ Richard Brigden and Doughty Street Chambers' Kirsty Brimelow QC, had their prison sentences overturned yesterday.

Blog 28 Aug 2018

In Your Defence by Sarah Langford – a review

Garden Court North Chambers' Mark George QC reviews Sarah Langford's In Your Defence.

Blog 03 Aug 2018

Court of Appeal overturns Upper Tribunal decision on Article 3 and Gaza

Chambers' Vijay Jagadesham discusses MI (Palestine) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2018] EWCA Civ 1782, in which he represented the appellant.

Blog 30 May 2018

Secretary of State for Work and Pensions acknowledges getting law wrong again on meaning of PIP descriptors – will have to conduct review of old cases

Garden Court North Chambers' Tom Royston discusses two of his recent cases where the SSWP has acknowledged errors in her department's approach.

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