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Laura Hughes and Tim Edds take a look into judicial review

17 May 2019

Public and administrative law specialists, Laura Hughes and Tim Edds, take a look at judicial review, covering case law updates and tactical advice for organisations. Tim introduces the new administrative law guidance that was published in 2018, focusing on good practice and procedural promptness, and discusses some subsequent cases. Laura then focuses on tactics for running a judicial review including cost issues, attendance at hearings and preparation of summary grounds.

Watch our highlights video to hear Laura and Tim’s practical takeaways from the session and how to ensure, if necessary, you comply with the court processes and deadlines when launching or defending claims.

 

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