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Latest News

This morning Mr Justice Blake will hand down the High Court’s lengthy judgment in the long awaited judicial review challenge to the Secretary of State’s Minimum Income Requirement (MIR) under the Immigration Rules. 

A detailed post will follow but analysing the MIR specifically in the context of British citizens and Refugees, the Court held that the minimum income provisions were a disproportionate interference with the right to respect for family life guaranteed by Article 8 ECHR.

The Court noted that it was a fundamental domestic…

So held Mr Justice Leggatt in a very carefully considered ex tempore judgment given yesterday afternoon (1st April) in the Administrative court sitting in Birmingham.

“And when he dies…and when they place him on the fire, Then he is born again out of the fire, and the fire consumes only his body.” Satapatha Brahmana II.2.4.8

‟He who does not obtain funeral rites, is condemned to perpetually remain a preta‟ Garuda Purana II 9.47-49

The facts The Claimant, a Hindu…


Supreme Court rules on pre-entry English language tests

On 18 November 2015 the Supreme Court handed down judgment in R (on the applications of Ali and Bibi) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2015] UKSC 59. The cases concerned a challenge to the introduction in 2010 of an Immigration Rule. The Rule imposed a requirement that spouses or partners from certain non-EEA countries who wish to marry British Citizens or persons settled in the UK should first learn a certain level of…

In the shadow of today’s second contentious House of Lords debate on caste discrimination, this week the Government must also respond to a unique legal challenge mounted by SR a 44 year old British Hindu from Birmingham. SR was born in the UK and born into a so-called ‘low’ caste. As a result, SR has experienced a, “generalised level of discrimination,” throughout aspects of her life – including inequality of pay and social exclusion while working for a so-called ‘high’ caste employer.  SR’s two children,…

Public Law Counsel Tony Muman is instructed in a landmark case to be heard in the Grand Chamber in Strasbourg this coming November. To view the press release issued by the European Court of Human Rights, click here.

To instruct Mr Muman on any Public Law issue please contact one of the clerks.


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Areas of Expertise

Commercial & Chancery

43 Temple Row's established Commercial & Chancery team undertake a wide range of cases across the country.


Our highly skilled practitioners regularly appear before the Asylum & Immigration Tribunal...

Employment Law

43 Temple Row's Employment team are experienced in advising both Claimant and Respondent in a pragmatic and direct manner.

Criminal Law

At 43 Temple Row our expert criminal defence team prides itself on our fighting spirit, commitment to clients and strong advocacy.

Education & Family Law

Members of 43 Temple Row’s Education Law team and Family Law team are experienced practitioners offering comprehensive advice

Public Law

Our experienced practitioners can advise and assist regarding Judicial Review on a wide range of issues.