Tag: judicial review
Taylor v Catterall: rumble in the public law jungle?
Sports governing bodies beware, writes future magic circle trainee William Holmes
FT editors attack government plans to restrict judicial review
March consultation is 'yet more evidence of the Conservative government’s contempt for the separation of powers'
Meet the experts who will consider reforming judicial review
Oxford law grad Jordan Briggs profiles the independent panel tasked with looking at potential reform
Joshua Rozenberg on the power of judicial review
Two major, and very different, cases step into the spotlight
Lawyers launch judicial review against government’s refugee policy, on World Refugee Day
Leigh Day and Doughty Street v Amber Rudd
BPTC student who used legal skills to bring judicial review succeeds in having her dad’s benefits reinstated
Solicitors and barristers agreed to help Anita Dowman pro bono after they saw Legal Cheek’s appeal
Why are Brits so unsure of their right to challenge government in the courts?
We don’t know our public law in the same way Americans seem to
BPTC student uses skills she’s learnt on bar course to challenge government’s decision to strip her dad of his benefits
Anita Dowman admits she ‘wouldn’t have had a clue’ how to bring the case without her law studies
Crowdfunded legal challenge bid to government’s G4S contract halted in its tracks by High Court
Law centres "disappointed" by result
We spoke to the ‘sour grapes’ lawyers challenging the referendum result
The anti-lawyer backlash is growing, so why does the profession keep prodding?
The case of Fox: A victory for plurality in the education system?
Religious studies syllabuses get the legal treatment