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18 / Dec / 2020

Landmark Chambers’ Webinar Collection 2020

18 / Dec / 2020

Court of Appeal allows appeal against EU Pre-Settled Status regime – R (Fratila & Tanase) v SSWP

18 / Dec / 2020

Home Office’s Permission to Work policy declared unlawful following Judicial Review brought by a Victim of Trafficking

17 / Dec / 2020

Three new Silk appointments for Landmark Chambers

16 / Dec / 2020

Supreme Court gives judgment in appeal about deportation of Zambrano carers

14 / Dec / 2020

Home Office found to have failed to protect destitute people against inhuman and degrading treatment

7 / Dec / 2020

SIAC upholds deportation on national security grounds

23 / Nov / 2020

Supreme Court hears appeals in Shamima Begum citizenship case

19 / Nov / 2020

David Blundell QC gives evidence to Parliament

17 / Nov / 2020

Supreme Court hears appeal about deportation of Zambrano carers

11 / Nov / 2020

Supreme Court hears appeal in R (A & B) v Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority regarding application of the criminal injuries compensation scheme to victims of human trafficking

28 / Oct / 2020

Court of Appeal challenge to EU Pre-Settled Status regime – R (Fratila & Tanase) v SSWP

22 / Oct / 2020

Rankings in Chambers & Partners 2021

22 / Oct / 2020

Legal 500 Rankings

21 / Oct / 2020

‘Judicial Reviews and Injunctions’ removal policy ruled as unlawful

9 / Oct / 2020

Ealing abortion “buffer zone” claimants appeal to European Court of Human Rights

1 / Oct / 2020

European Court of Human Rights to decide whether extradition to face life imprisonment without parole in the USA breaches Article 3 ECHR – Hafeez v UK

25 / Sep / 2020

Public Inquiry into inhuman and degrading treatment at Brook House

25 / Sep / 2020

Court of Appeal dismisses challenge to abortion rules during COVID-19

Landmark Chambers remains fully operational during COVID-19 crisis
22 / Sep / 2020

Permission granted in out-of-time challenge to Home Office human trafficking decision

28 / Aug / 2020

Administrative Court dismisses challenge to the regime and conditions at Brook House IRC

31 / Jul / 2020

Court of Appeal hands down judgment in challenge to Chagos Islands resettlement decision

29 / Jul / 2020

Court of Appeal hears challenge to COVID-19 abortion rules

17 / Jul / 2020

Court of Appeal delivers judgment in Shamima Begum citizenship case

13 / Jul / 2020

High Court rules that immigration bail does not presuppose a power to lawfully detain

8 / Jul / 2020

Challenge to Removal Notice Window Policy

7 / Jul / 2020

Upper Tribunal (IAC) allows appeal against deportation order on Article 3 grounds

Landmark Chambers remains fully operational during COVID-19 crisis
2 / Jul / 2020

Administrative Court refuses permission on judicial review challenging NHS charging for pregnant migrant women and other cohorts

2 / Jul / 2020

Successful challenge to discriminatory support rates for trafficking survivors

22 / May / 2020

Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights hands down important judgment on extraterritoriality

22 / May / 2020

Immigration detention pay appeal dismissed

21 / May / 2020

Judgment handed down in No Recourse to Public Funds case

19 / May / 2020

Changes to abortion laws during COVID-19 pandemic ruled lawful by Divisional Court – R (Christian Concern) v Secretary of State for Health and Social Care

Landmark Chambers remains fully operational during COVID-19 crisis
7 / May / 2020

The Divisional Court today allowed a challenge to the rules regarding the imposition on leave of conditions allowing No Recourse to Public Funds on grounds that the scheme infringes the article 3 rights of those affected

6 / May / 2020

The Divisional Court (Chamberlain J and Bean LJ) is today hearing a challenge to the Home Office policy of imposing conditions allowing no recourse to public funds on parents leave

4 / May / 2020

Immigration detention pay appeal heard

29 / Apr / 2020

Supreme Court delivers ground-breaking judgment on when deporting seriously ill foreign national breaches Article 3 ECHR

27 / Apr / 2020

High Court rules on challenge to legislation disentitling EU citizens with pre-settled status from means tested social welfare benefits

15 / Apr / 2020

Challenging immigration detention in the COVID-19 pandemic

7 / Apr / 2020

Brook House Inquiry

18 / Mar / 2020

Supreme Court hands down judgment in MS (Pakistan)

9 / Mar / 2020

Upper Tribunal dismisses Secretary of State’s appeal in EEA deportation case

5 / Mar / 2020

Transgender man Freddy McConnell begins his appeal against the High Court decision regarding his status on his child’s birth certificate

26 / Feb / 2020

Supreme Court allows Appellant’s appeal in DN (Rwanda) and overturns Draga

18 / Feb / 2020

DNA, fingerprint and photograph retention – new ECtHR ruling on 13 Feb 2020

18 / Feb / 2020

EU citizens with Pre-Settled Status challenge legislation

Landmark Chambers remains fully operational during COVID-19 crisis
17 / Feb / 2020

Court of Appeal find that ECHR cannot be relied upon to bring Islamic wedding ceremony within domestic law requirements

11 / Feb / 2020

Court of Appeal hands down judgment in EU free movement case

7 / Feb / 2020

SIAC and Administrative Court reject first stage of challenges by Shamima Begum to her citizenship deprivation

Landmark Chambers remains fully operational during COVID-19 crisis
5 / Feb / 2020

Landmark Chambers named as one of the best chambers for training 2020 by Legal Cheek

20 / Dec / 2019

Judgment handed down in challenge to NHS charging regime and Immigration Rules provisions on NHS debts

20 / Dec / 2019

Fee of £1012 for application to register childrens’ citizenship ruled unlawful

16 / Dec / 2019

Supreme Court hands down judgment in Zambrano cases

4 / Dec / 2019

Supreme Court considers the circumstances in which Article 3 ECHR precludes the expulsion of a seriously ill foreign national

15 / Nov / 2019

Gliding Club’s successful challenge to approval of a residential barn conversion under the GPDO may have potentially significant implications under the Human Rights Act

13 / Nov / 2019

Supreme Court gives judgment in “bedroom tax” remedies case

7 / Nov / 2019

Brook House: Public inquiry to probe ‘mistreatment’ of detainees

22 / Oct / 2019

SIAC and Administrative Court hear challenges by Shamima Begum to her citizenship deprivation

10 / Oct / 2019

Landmark Chambers ranked in Band 1 for Planning and Real Estate Litigation in Chambers & Partners 2020 

9 / Oct / 2019

Supreme Court hears appeal on meaning of Lumba – R (DN (Rwanda)) v SSHD

26 / Sep / 2019

Supreme Court decides that parents cannot lawfully consent to the imprisonment of their children

25 / Sep / 2019

Male mothers: President of the Family Division hands down judgment in ground breaking case

5 / Aug / 2019

Equality Act 2010 issues in homelessness appeals: Adesotu v Lewisham London Borough Council [2019] EWCA Civ 1405

9 / Jul / 2019

The Court of Appeal grants permission for interveners to participate in the Secretary of State’s appeal of the “right to rent” case

26 / Jun / 2019

High Court delivers important decision on extra-territorial application of the Equality Act 2010

21 / Jun / 2019

Advocate General delivers Opinion in important CJEU case about financial resources from illegal working

19 / Jun / 2019

Supreme Court hands down important judgment on proportionality in EU law and legality of residence

14 / Jun / 2019

High Court declares Home Secretary’s investigation into immigration detention abuse at Brook House inadequate

14 / Jun / 2019

Home Office agrees to review its policy of imposing conditions on people’s leave of “No Recourse to Public Funds”

20 / May / 2019

Eight Landmark members appointed to the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s panel of counsel

10 / May / 2019

High Court hears challenge to legality of Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Scheme

7 / May / 2019

Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights hears important case on extraterritoriality

18 / Apr / 2019

Court of Appeal holds that two child limit in child tax credit and universal credit is lawful

29 / Mar / 2019

Immigration detention pay challenge dismissed

Landmark Chambers remains fully operational during COVID-19 crisis
14 / Mar / 2019

Supreme Court hands down important judgment on immigration appeal rights, the Immigration Rules and fresh claims

6 / Mar / 2019

Supreme Court gives judgment in Sri Lankan torture case

5 / Mar / 2019

The High Court concludes that the right to rent scheme is incompatible with Article 14

27 / Feb / 2019

Unlawful detention of “confirmed victim of trafficking”

27 / Feb / 2019

Court of Appeal judgment on Article 5(4) ECHR and fixed term prisoners

20 / Feb / 2019

Ben Fullbrook addresses Irish MPs on the human rights implications of abortion “buffer zones”

18 / Feb / 2019

Unlawful Deportation Orders

8 / Feb / 2019

R (Hoareau and Bancoult) v Secretary of State for Foreign & Commonwealth Affairs [2019] EWHC 221 (Admin) – Resettlement of the Chagos Islands

7 / Feb / 2019

Tim Buley to be appointed to the Welsh Government Panel of Queen’s Counsel

7 / Feb / 2019

High Court: No systemic unlawful delay in consideration of trafficking claims

1 / Feb / 2019

Court of Appeal Article 14 judgment – DLA to PIP migration scheme

11 / Jan / 2019

Claimants given permission to appeal in “abortion buffer zone” case

10 / Jan / 2019

Three New Silks for Landmark

10 / Dec / 2018

High Court: Balance of probabilities is a lawful standard for final trafficking decisions

22 / Nov / 2018

Brexit, Immigration, and Administrative Justice Working Group

7 / Nov / 2018

Rankings in the latest Chambers & Partners

31 / Oct / 2018

Rankings in the new Legal 500

11 / Oct / 2018

Home Office in major U turn agrees to Article 3-compliant investigation by PPO into abuse at Brook House IRC

19 / Jul / 2018

Williams and another v London Borough of Hackney [2018] UKSC 37

15 / Jun / 2018

Court of Appeal rules on application of EU law and the automatic deportation regime to Irish nationals

14 / Jun / 2018

Universal Credit rollout declared discriminatory against Severely Disabled Persons – R (TP and AR) v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions [2018] EWHC 1474 (Admin)

8 / Jun / 2018

Dulgheriu v Ealing LBC

8 / Jun / 2018

Supreme Court finds Northern Irish ban on abortion in cases of rape, incest and fatal foetal abnormality in breach of Article 8

23 / May / 2018

Gang Injunction regime found compliant with Article 6 ECHR by Court of Appeal

23 / May / 2018

Permission granted to challenge Home Secretary’s refusal to instigate inquiry into Brook House Immigration Removal Centre abuse

21 / May / 2018

Court of Appeal: Support given to potential victim of trafficking in detention was sufficient

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