Please note this event is almost sold out and the last few tickets will be allocated shortly.
Leading administrative court and human rights barristers at Garden Court Chambers to host a major conference on judicial review law and procedure at the LSE.
Some of the leading administrative court and human rights barristers at Garden Court Chambers will address the state of the law in key judicial review areas and give practical advice on how to apply the law when running judicial review cases. The aim of the course is to provide an overview of where judicial review law stands, to discuss cutting edge developments and to advise on how to apply the law in practice to make a difference to clients' lives.
The topics that will be covered include:
- Emerging themes from the top JR cases of 2009/10
- Procedure for effective applications, urgent applications, disclosure, regionalisation, funding and costs
- The public/private divide
- The duty to give reasons
- Legitimate expectation
- Damages and just satisfaction
- Discrimination claims in public law proceedings
The day will end with a Panel Discussion. Attendees will be supplied with an email address, in advance of the day, to make suggestions as to the legal and practical issues that ought to be included in the Panel Discussion, and during the day.
|Please note that Chambers expects to repeat this event in Birmingham on the 1st July. If you wish to register interest, please email Professional Briefings, our conference organiser at firstname.lastname@example.org|