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Pre-action in JR - David Wolfe QC, Matrix Chambers

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?

Disclosure - James McClelland, Fountain Court Chambers

Disclosure - James McClelland, Fountain Court Chambers (Judicial Review, London, 01.05.2019) How do you approach the practical and legal implications of variable standards of disclosure in the Administrative Court: i.e. feast or famine?

Gallaher decision - Gerry Facenna QC, Monckton Chambers

Gallaher decision - Gerry Facenna QC, Monckton Chambers (Judicial Review, London, 01.05.2019) In the spotlight of Gallaher, how are you to steer clients through claims for "legitimate expectation" or "conspicuous unfairness"? What leeway do you have?

No substantial difference (notes) - James Maurici QC, Landmark Chambers

No substantial difference (notes) - James Maurici QC, Landmark Chambers (Judicial Review, London, 01.05.2019) When does the "no substantial difference test" make a difference in JR applications? Does the outcome differ, depending on whether the case is based on EU or UK law?

No substantial difference - James Maurici QC, Landmark Chambers

No substantial difference - James Maurici QC, Landmark Chambers (Judicial Review, London, 01.05.19) When does the "no substantial difference test" make a difference in JR applications? Does the outcome differ, depending on whether the case is based on EU or UK law?

Remedies - Richard Clayton QC, Ely Place Chambers

Remedies - Richard Clayton QC, Ely Place Chambers (Judicial Review, London, 01.05.2019) How do judges decide? When will they substitute their own decision and when will they refer it all back to the original decision maker? What are the predictors?

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