Training: How to do Judicial Review, London
Address: Clifford Chance
10 Upper Bank St,
Start date: June 12 2017
A complete, one day course to provide lawyers and advisers, policy people and decision makers with an understanding of public law principles and how they operate in bringing and defending judicial review claims. The course is also relevant to those working in campaigning organisations with a legal strategy and those representing and advising marginalised groups in society.
THE COURSE INCLUDES
Public law: who it affects, which decisions can be challenged, what remedies can be offered
- What kinds of decision can be challenged using Judicial Review?
- Public law wrongs
- Public bodies and public functions
- Differences between cases based on the Human Rights Act and other grounds
- Illegality and fairness
- Claims by pressure and public interest groups
- Update on developing case law
- Using the freedom of Information Act in public law
- Third-party interventions in test cases
- Judicial review remedies
- Alternatives to judicial review
Initiating a claim for judicial review
- Initial advice and preparation
- Pre-Action protocol
- Preparing to issue
- Steps in proceedings
- The final hearing and beyond
Supervised case studies at the end of the day will help delegates revise and put to use practical use the learning from the course.
Confirmed speakers so far include:
Polly Brendon, Rakesh Singh, The Public Law project
Kate Beattie, Caoilfhionn Gallagher QC, Zia Nabi, Angela Patrick, Doughty Street Chambers
Philip Daval-Bowden, Masters Legal Costs
The course is accredited with 6 CPD / BSB points.
The course runs from 10.00am – 5.30pm
Fees: Standard fee: £118.80 (£99 + VAT) per delegate; Discounted fee £90 (£75 + VAT) charities, voluntary sector, academics, students, trainee solicitors, pupils. 50% off third delegate when 3 book from the same organisation at the same time.
Fees include all course materials, refreshments and a light lunch.
This course is presented with the kind support of Clifford Chance LLP and Doughty Street Chambers.