News

Chambers news 31 October 2013

Chambers and Partners 2014 recommendations

Garden Court North Chambers has again been recommended by Chambers and Partners.

Chambers news 9 October 2013

Prisoners succeed in oral hearings challenges in the Supreme Court

Vijay Jagadesham represented two of the successful appellants in Osborn, Booth and Reilly v The Parole Board.

Chambers news 29 September 2013

Campaign to Save Legal Aid Comes to Manchester

Government plans to cut Legal Aid will prevent people on average incomes from having access to the courts.

Chambers news 2 July 2013

Judicial review challenge to revocation of Debt Relief Order

The case concerned a claim for judicial review of a decision by the Official Receiver (OR) to revoke a Debt Relief Order (DRO).

Chambers news 26 June 2013

College students cleared of sexual assault charges

Garden Court North Chambers' Brigid Baillie represented one of the acquitted defendants.

Chambers news 14 February 2013

IPP sentences – ECtHR ruling stands as Grand Chamber rejects the Government’s application to appeal

James, Wells and Lee v UK became final on 11th February 2013.

Chambers news 25 January 2013

Miscarriage compensation test case succeeds as other claimants fail

R (on the application of Ali & Ors,) v Secretary of State for Justice [2013] EWHC 72 (Admin) (25 January 2013).

Chambers news 19 December 2012

Hillsborough inquest verdicts quashed by High Court

Pete Weatherby QC and Kate Stone are acting for 15 Hillsborough families.

Chambers news 12 December 2012

Hillsborough: inquest hearing date set for next Wednesday

An application by the Attorney General to quash the original Hillsborough inquest verdicts is due to be heard on 19th December 2012.

Chambers news 28 November 2012

Vinter and Others v UK in ECtHR Grand Chamber

The case of Vinter and Others v UK was referred to the ECtHR Grand Chamber and the hearing took place on 28th November 2012.

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