Judicial review is a remedy of last resort, but sometimes it is the only way to resolve disputes over care provision decisions, or other acts or omissions by public bodies. It is also a key method of litigating human rights claims.
However, the time limit for judicial review is strict. Claimants must apply promptly and in any event within three months of the decision complained of. Our barristers can deal with urgent applications requiring speedy pre-action advice, and preparation of paperwork to tight deadlines.
If you need any assistance in this area, please contact a member of our Practice Management Team on +44 20 7242 2523 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.