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Nick Chapman, Sian Reeves and Emily Wilsdon appointed to the Equality and Human Rights Commission Panel

TGC are delighted to announce that Nicholas Chapman, Sian Reeves and Emily Wilsdon have been recommended for appointment to the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s panel of Counsel: England and Wales.  Nicholas Chapman has been appointed to the A Panel,…

16/05/2019
News
Nick Chapman, Sian Reeves and Emily Wilsdon appointed to the Equality and Human Rights Commission Panel

Rhys Davies and Sian Reeves speak at a press conference outside the embassy of Saudi Arabia, in London

Following the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi after a visit to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Rhys Davies and Sian Reeves joined other lawyers and human rights activists at a press conference outside the Saudi embassy in London. At the…

05/10/2018
News

Three members of TGC elevated to “B” panel

TGC are delighted to announce that Julia Smyth, Emma Price and Sian Reeves’ applications for the Attorney General “B” Panel of counsel have been successful, all three having previously been on the Attorney General “C” panel. Their appointments are from…

12/07/2018
News

Sian Reeves, Rhys Davies and Myles Grandison address an event at the United Nations in Geneva

Sian Reeves, Rhys Davies and Myles Grandison spoke at a side event at the 38th session of the Human Rights Council, in Geneva. Sian Reeves chaired the event relating the torture and ill-treatment of women in UAE’s prisons. Rhys Davies…

27/06/2018
News

“The Blockade of Qatar One Year On: Violations of Human Rights and Coercive measures”

At a press conference today, Sian Reeves introduced and moderated the launch of an expert report by Professors William Schabas and John Dugard, “The Blockade of Qatar One Year On: Violations of Human Rights and Coercive measures”. The report was…

06/06/2018
News

TGC Costs Newsletter

Please see link below to the latest TGC Costs Newsletter.

17/05/2018
News, Publications

SCCO determines inquest costs that are recoverable in principle in a case where liability was admitted pre-inquest

Sian Reeves represented the Defendants (the Ministry of Justice and Care UK) at a detailed assessment of the Claimant’s costs. The Claimant’s son died in custody.   The Claimant issued a claim against the Defendants for a declaration and damages for…

29/01/2018
News

Court of Appeal confirms correct permission to appeal test to be applied by the Upper Tribunal

The Court of Appeal has confirmed that, in judicial review claims heard by the Upper Tribunal, and in respect of costs order made during judicial review proceedings, the test to be applied by the Upper Tribunal when considering whether to…

15/01/2018
News

Prisoner’s £100,000 damages claim against the MoJ in respect of an assault by another prisoner is dismissed

Sian Reeves represented the Ministry of Justice in a 3 day trial that took place between 8 and 10 January 2018. On 7 January 2010, the Claimant was assaulted by another prisoner at HMP Whitemoor in the spur kitchen during…

15/01/2018
News

Court of Appeal dismisses Claimants’ appeal against dismissal of their battery claims

Cathryn McGahey KC and Sian Reeves represented the Home Office in an appeal by the Claimants against the dismissal of their battery claims. On 15 February 2010, Immigration Officers attended the home of the Claimants to transfer them to a…

20/11/2017
News

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