Conferences on Judicial Review

Our conferences on Judicial Review provide up-to-date solutions and practical tips on key issues, direct from sought-after experts

View all conferences

Judicial Review: Shaping New Law into Solution-Focused Answers for Your Clients

Available Now

On-demand, United Kingdom

Answers to 11 Thorny Questions: Directly from 7 QCs and 1 Senior Junior of Outstanding Ability

Judicial Review
Past Conference Documents

EU law - Anneli Howard QC, Monckton Chambers

EU law - Anneli Howard QC, Monckton Chambers How do you run arguments formerly based on fundamental principles of EU law? Same old/same old or important modifications to be made?

Candour

Candour How does candour apply at the pre and post-permission stages? Are its requirements more rigorous once permission has been granted?

Deference

Deference What are the unresolved issues - both legal and practical - over deference to regulatory and expert panels, and what are the implications for JR?

Duty to consult - Sarabjit Singh QC, 1 Crown Office Row

Duty to consult - Sarabjit Singh QC, 1 Crown Office Row The interaction of the duty to consult with the common law duty of fairness - how far can you push the Court? When does fairness require you to re-consult?

Substantive unfairness - Sarah Hannett QC, Matrix Chambers

Substantive unfairness - Sarah Hannett QC, Matrix Chambers Drawing on recent and live cases, how is the Court responding to claims of substantive unfairness in judicial review?

Rolling JR - James Goudie QC, 11KBW

Rolling JR - James Goudie QC, 11KBW How has existing thinking changed on "rolling" Judicial Review claims - where the Court considers the case as the claim and circumstances progress?

Browse all documents on Judicial Review

Top