Tonight’s the night for the Bar Pro Bono Awards - Nov 2020
Darragh’s PhD thesis examines the interaction of the European Convention on Human Rights and national security related deportation. He has published academic articles in this area and during his time in Cambridge, Darragh taught on the ‘human rights and civil liberties’ module of the highly respected Cambridge LLM course.
In practice, much of Darragh’s immigration work has involved claims under the Human Rights Act. He maintains a particular interest in Article 3 claims and he regularly contributes to the UK Human Rights Blog.
- Ahmadzai v Secretary of State for the Home Department (Upper Tribunal): Article 8 Appeal against refusal of entry clearance.
- Singh v Secretary of State for the Home Department (First Tier Tribunal): Secured leave to remain on the basis of Article 8 of the ECHR for an individual who had been in the UK without status since arriving as a child.
Undercover Policing Inquiry’s hearings begin today - Nov 2020
Congratulations to our 5 juniors nominated for Advocate’s Young Pro Bono Barrister of the Year Award - Oct 2020
Darragh Coffey examines recent key developments relating to the doctrine of vicarious liability on Lexis Nexis PSL - Sep 2020
1COR Quarterly Medical Law Review – 2020 – Special Issue – Part 3 - Jul 2020
Emma-Louise Fenelon and Darragh Coffey successful in Askham Bog Planning Inquiry - May 2020
1COR Quarterly Medical Law Review – 2020 – Special Issue – Part 2 - Apr 2020
LawPod UK Ep. 108: Renewed lockdown, new guidance - Apr 2020
1COR Quarterly Medical Law Review -2020 – Special Issue - Mar 2020
Inquest into death of Toddler from Choking at Butlins - Jan 2020
Emma-Louise Fenelon and Darragh Coffey represent Yorkshire Wildlife Trust to protect Askham Bog - Dec 2019
1COR hosts Sutton Trust students for an insight into life at the Bar - Oct 2019
1COR delighted to welcome Darragh Coffey and Thomas Beamont as new tenants - Sep 2019
1COR Brighton’s annual Ghulam Hussain Volleyball Cup is here! - Jul 2019
1COR welcomes new pupils Darragh Coffey, Thomas Beamont and Michael Spencer - Oct 2018