Experts in the field
Our experience of judicial review ranges from high profile cases to very many less well known, but no less complex or important cases. We judicially reviewed the decision (by the Director of Public Prosecutions) not to prosecute anyone for the murder of Stephen Lawrence. Subsequently, the investigation into the death was reopened and in January 2012 two men were convicted of his murder. We also intervened on behalf of Humanists UK in a challenge concerning the right to die.
We’ve extensive experience of successfully pursuing challenges against public bodies by way of judicial review. Judicial review is a complex process. It’s difficult for an individual to navigate without the benefit of legal expertise. Our intervention and specialist expertise often results in public bodies accepting the need to reconsider their decisions without the requirement to go to court. However, we also have experience of succeeding with contested public law challenges before the courts.
Representing your interests
Our lawyers will explore every legal avenue to overturn unfair decisions. They’ll fight on your behalf and will advise and guide you throughout the process.