Judicial Review and Public Law

Judicial review is a process where the court examines the decision-making of a public body (such as your local authority). It is very important to remember that it is only concerned with the lawfulness of the decision making process; it cannot consider the merits of any decision.

We are well conversed in judicial review and can advise on decisions of the police, local authority, immigration officers (ECO and SofS), judicial bodies and government decisions.