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Duty to consult (NTS) - Sarah Hannett, Matrix Chambers
How far can you push the boundaries of a public body's duty to consult (adequately), supported by case law and practical examples?
200.839 KB PDF
Conspicuous unfairness - James Maurici QC, Landmark Chambers
How are judges weighing "conspicuous unfairness" as a factor since Gallaher?
Important new innovation or damp squib?
512.902 KB PDF
Disclosure (NTS) - Hugo Keith QC, 3RB
What is realistic and achievable when seeking disclosure in cases concerning public interest immunity and closed material proceedings?
185.752 KB PDF
Facts are facts - James McClelland, Brick Court Chambers
Facts are facts, but not all facts are created equal - when is a fact "jurisdictional" and why does it matter?
333.953 KB PDF
Reasons and fairness (NTS) - Fenella Morris QC, 39 Essex Chambers
Is there a shift in the wind over the general common law duty to give full and comprehensible reasons linked to fairness?
118.054 KB PDF
Pre-action in JR - David Wolfe QC, Matrix Chambers (Judicial Review, London, 01.05.2019) How do you guide clients through the twists and turns of the pre-action stage, including costs, ADR and candour?
2.076 MB PDF
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