Professional Regulation

Judicial Review and Appeals

Judicial reviews are a review of the lawfulness of a decision or action made by a public body, for example decisions made by your regulatory body, where you think they have not followed their correct process or their own guidance in reaching their decision. They are a challenge to the way in which a decision has been made, not the conclusion. They are only available where there is no statutory right of appeal such as during a procedural stage of the case but before the end of the hearing. Sometimes we may think there are grounds to apply for permission to judicial review but we might make a tactical decision to wait until the end of your case and make a statutory appeal instead if one is available to you.

If you think you might have a case for judicial review or appeal we can consider your case an advise you on the prospects of pursuing either course of action.

Our experienced team of professional discipline solicitors have the knowledge and experience to look at the level of detail to represent you. Contact our expert solicitors on 0330 111 2814 or complete our online enquiry form.

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