Professional Training

Judicial Review For Litigators - Introduction

BPP Professional Education, In London (+1 locations)
Length
1 day
Price
502 GBP
Next course start
3 September, 2024 (+2 start dates)
Course delivery
Self-Paced Online
Length
1 day
Price
502 GBP
Next course start
3 September, 2024 (+2 start dates)
Course delivery
Self-Paced Online

Course description

Overview

Judicial review is a major growth area of litigation and has continued to grow in importance and scope over the last few years. In particular, the scope for Human Rights Act 1998 challenges has given a new emphasis to this important area. This course will provide you with a sound grounding in judicial review and give you the confidence to offer effective, accurate advice.


Who is this for?

This course will be of benefit anyone who works for a public or quasi-public body or whose clients have dealings with such bodies, including local and central government (such as Government departments, HM Revenue & Customs, Local Authorities, regulatory and supervisory bodies).


What will you learn?

  • Identify and advise on the basic concepts of public law
  • Recognise those bodies that are susceptible to review, both from a conventional judicial review perspective and from a Human Rights Act 1998 position
  • Spot reviewable decisions
  • Be able to identify a potential client
  • Understand the grounds for seeking review
  • Advise on the range of remedies available in judicial review understand sufficient judicial review procedural law to let you run a judicial review claim


PSC Elective

This course may be taken as a PSC elective, although it may also be attended by non-trainees.


SRA Competence

B


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Upcoming start dates

Choose between 2 start dates

3 September, 2024

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  • Online

3 December, 2024

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  • Online

Suitability - Who should attend?

This course will be of benefit anyone who works for a public or quasi-public body or whose clients have dealings with such bodies, including local and central government.

Training Course Content

By the end of this course you will be able to:Identify and advise on the basic concepts of public lawRecognise those bodies that are susceptible to review, both from a conventional judicial review perspective and from a Human Rights Act 1988 positionSpot reviewable decisionsBe able to identify a potential clientUnderstand the grounds for seeking reviewAdvise on the range of remedies available in judicial review understand sufficient judicial review procedural law to let you run a judicial review claim

Expenses

Special Offer:

This course is eligible for 25% discount for dates starting before 1st September 2020. For more information, please contact us with the form below!

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