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Deans Court Chambers’ public law team is well versed in handling cases involving mental capacity and mental health.

Judicial review proceedings are a core strength for Exchange Chambers’ public law group, with immigration and asylum matters and cases involving the welfare of vulnerable adults included in the team’s recent workload.

Viewed as β€˜a leader in the field of immigration law’, Garden Court North Chambers’ β€˜very strong’ public law group has established expertise in high-profile cases pertaining to asylum, nationality, human trafficking and social rights matters. Recent case highlights for the set include Secretary of State for Work and Pensions v Gubeladze, in which the Court of Appeal judged that the UK’s decision to extend the Worker Registration Scheme from 2009 to 2011 was unlawful; R (AT) v Secretary of State for the Home Department, concerning the removal of statutory appeal rights and implementation of an administrative review process for foreign national spouses who were victims of domestic violence; and R (Kiarie) v Secretary of State for the Home Department, in which the Supreme Court found the process of requiring a foreign national offender to be deported before appealing against the decision from outside the country to be unfair.

Practitioners at Kenworthy's Chambers are well versed in immigration and asylum matters, and have represented clients before the Court of Appeal in such cases.

The public law group at Kings Chambers has solid experience in representing claimants and defendants in judicial reviews from a range of areas, including healthcare and local government.

In 2017, Lorraine Cavanagh at St John's Buildings acted for a child in a Human Rights claim following care proceedings where he was removed from parental care; the removal was found to be unlawful.

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