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Category: Conference papers


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    A Year in Judicial Review 2013

    November 8 2013 | Conference papers | By Nathalie Lieven QC

    There are by now so many JR cases, which cover such a broad range of topics that a talk such as this is necessarily nothing more than a personal choice, and cannot hope to be comprehensive. What is set out below is merely a few cases from 2013 which may be of general interest. There will be many others which are relevant to your particular cases and practices.

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    Costs in Public Law

    November 8 2013 | Conference papers | By Vikram Sachdeva

    The following topics will be covered in this lecture:
    a. Recovery of inter partes costs in judicial review.
    b. Costs budgeting.
    c. Protective Costs Orders.
    d. Wasted Costs Orders and Non party costs orders.
    Inter partes

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    WHO GUARDS THE GUARDIANS?

    October 14 2013 | Conference papers | By The Rt Hon The Baroness Hale of Richmond

    Lady Hale's address to our Judicial Review Trends and Forecasts conference 2013, on October 14. The address looks at standing, interventions and costs.

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    Ombudsman v JR

    July 17 2013 | Conference papers | By Sarah Clarke

    With legal aid for JR under threat, practitioners may want to consider alternatives. Ombudsman decisions themselves are amenable to JR. Representations to the Ombudsman are free, claimants don’t need a lawyer - and in a landscape in which the government appears only to be prepared to fund legal advice for itself, that’s of increasing significance.
    Although there are some disadvantages to using the Ombudsman, there are also advantages, both are considered in this paper.

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    Funding and Costs Issues in Judicial Review

    July 11 2013 | Conference papers | By Ben McCormack and Lisa Richardson

    The government is seeking to apply significant restrictions on funding for JRs (on top of those imposed by LASPO 2012). At the same time, the courts have been clarifying the principles governing costs recovery. This seminar will provide practical tips and advice to help claimant lawyers sustain a JR practice into the future.

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    Judicial Review in Education: A case law update

    July 11 2013 | Conference papers | By Sarah Hannett

    This talk outlines the most interesting judicial review cases in education in the last 12 months. It addresses the following topics: School transport; GCSE examinations; Eligibility for student funding in higher education; Universities; The Office of the Independent Adjudicator; Costs in judicial review claims in the Upper Tribunal.