Tasaddat Hussain > Garden Court North Chambers > Manchester, England > Lawyer Profile

Garden Court North Chambers
M3 2JA

Work Department

Immigration, Public law (judicial review), Solicitor disciplinary appeals and Family rights.


Tasaddat is an established, busy and well respected practitioner who is highly sought after with an excellent success rate and 20 years’ extensive experience in Public Law, judicial review, human rights and immigration.


Tasaddat has become renowned for his expertise and breadth of understanding and will always approach each case with commitment and enthusiasm. He is prepared to consider conducting pro-bono work on a case by case basis. He regularly conducts applications for non profit organisations such as Bail for Immigration Detainees (BID) and Manuel Bravo, as well as other charitable organisations.

He is renowned for his work relating to Article 8 ECHR and is often retained by clients seeking a practitioner with a deep understanding of this rapidly evolving sphere of Human Rights law. He regularly appears before the Court of Appeal on both asylum and human rights matters and has successfully conducted cases both as a junior and in his own right.




  • Public Administrative Law Bar Association;
  • Northern Administrative Law Association;
  • JCWI;
  • Amnesty International;
  • ILPA; and
  • Approved advocate for Bail for Immigration Detainees.


LL.B (Hons), PgDip

Lawyer Rankings

Regional Bar > Northern Circuit > Immigration

(Leading Juniors)Ranked: Tier 1

Tasaddat Hussain – Garden Court North Chambers ‘Tasaddat has particular expertise in Iraqi cases and is able to navigate and explain the complex caselaw with ease and confidence. He has great technical understanding of what is a complex jurisdiction  He is exceptional with clients, who very often ask for him having heard from others he has represented. He is an extremely capable advocate with an ability to grasp the facts very quickly, turn a case around and win.’

Garden Court North Chambers is a ‘very strong set‘ for all aspects of immigration law, including asylum, trafficking and nationality cases. Vijay Jagadesham has substantial experience acting for vulnerable individuals, including torture-survivors, unaccompanied asylum seeker children and victims of gender-based violence. EU law and freedom of movement are key areas in Mikhil Karnik‘s practice, whilst Tom Royston specialises in matters with a cross-over between EU law-related immigration and socio-economic rights. Kerry Smith undertakes work in all aspects of asylum, immigration and human rights law in the First-Tier Tribunal, Upper Tribunal and Immigration and Asylum Chamber, and Tasaddat Hussain is also a notable name.