Chambers news 17 April 2020

GCN Webinar, free of charge, Wednesday the 22nd April 2020 at 4:30pm: The right to a fair trial in the age of the Coronavirus

On 16 March 2020 Justice Minister Chris Philip announced that Courts would continue to operate normally despite the pandemic. On 17 March Lord Chief Justice...

Chambers news 7 April 2020

Manchester Arena Inquiry: survivors apply for core participant status

The survivors of the Manchester Arena Bombing on 22 May 2017 are applying to the Manchester Arena Inquiry for core participant status. Watch Brenda Campbell...

Chambers news 28 March 2020

Members of the Immigration Team raise concerns over coronavirus practice and procedure

Members of the Garden Court North Chambers Immigration Team have joined chambers working across England and Wales in writing to the President of the First-tier...

Chambers news 25 March 2020

Members of GCN Immigration Team write to FTT President regarding ASA notice

25th March 2020 Dear Sir, We write further to the consideration of a notice (hereafter “the 24th March 2020 Notice”) being generally circulated to practitioners on 24th and 25th...

Chambers news 16 March 2020

Chambers is currently seeking to recruit criminal law practitioners.

Garden Court North Chambers Criminal Team is the only dedicated criminal defence team working from Chambers based in the North.  Owing to an ever-increasing workload...

Chambers news 10 March 2020

ILPA Asylum and International Protection Law conference

Chambers Vijay Jagadesham is a speaker at the upcoming inaugural ILPA Asylum and International Protection Law conference to take place in London on 22 April...

Blog 7 February 2020

Bereavement benefit rules discriminatory and incompatible with ECHR rights, rules High Court

Five children and their two fathers, whose families were refused bereavement benefit after the mother died, have won an important judicial review case in the...

Blog 27 January 2020

Court of Appeal reduces fracking protester sentence and affirms that the courts attach great weight to the right to peaceful protest

The Court of Appeal has allowed the appeal of three anti-fracking protesters in part. This was the first case of protesters being found in contempt...

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