Online CPD Module l Booklet l PowerPoint Presentation
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Online CPD Module
Presentation time: 120 minutes
Judicial review proceedings are a useful means of challenging decisions made by a range of public, private and voluntary organisations. If you operate in the public law area or advise decision-makers, this seminar offers you a practical approach to the principles and processes of judicial review.
You will cover
The fundamentals of judicial review
Promoting lawful decision-making/avoiding judicial review
- What judicial review is
- How it fits into our constitutional framework
- How those affected by decisions can use the judicial review process to their strategic advantage
- Legal principles for lawful decision-making, in a nutshell what these really mean
How to run and defend a judicial review action
- Consulting effectively
- Getting the paper work right
- Your role as legal adviser
- A “good process” model and checklist.
- Interim orders
- Interlocutory matters
- The hearing.
After completing this module
Practitioners in the Public sector will:
Practitioners in the Private sector will:
- Know the requirements for valid decision-making.
- Minimise the risk of successful review and limit time and resources in dealing with review litigation.
- Learn the court's expectations on the decision-making process and find opportunities for influencing the process in your client’s favour.
- Consider how best to achieve your client’s objective and learn how to run a judicial review proceeding.
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Authors: Francis Cooke QC
Published: 27 May 2015
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These are the slides included in the presentation.
Number of Slides: 66