PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT. An intensive one-day, in-person course covering the basics of judicial review from introductory principles and grounds, to the practical steps in a JR claim, funding, costs, interventions and finishing with an interactive case study. Who should attend: Junior and trainee lawyers, advisers, advocates and anyone likely to be involved in judicial review claims, or increase their understanding of JR to help their clients. Anyone responsible for legal policy in NGOs or Government, or those tasked with Government decision making. Those working in campaigning organisations with a legal strategy and Those representing and advising marginalised groups in society Presented in partnership with Allen & Overy, Brick Court Chambers and Irwin Mitchell. The course includes: Judicial review: who it affects and what remedies can be offered What can be challenged and by who Differences between cases based on the Human Rights Act and other grounds Claims by pressure and public interest groups Third-party interventions and CCOs Steps in a judicial review claim Funding and costs Public law quiz! Plus supervised case studies at the end of the day, to help delegates revise and put to practical use the learning from the course. Ticketing Please note there is a new price for advisers (i.e. those advising but not qualified as, or training to be, solicitors or barristers). The discounted ticket is for charities / NGOs and trainees / pupils. For student bookers You are welcome to book a student ticket if in full time education and able to provide us with a .ac address, though please note that this course is intended for practitioners. Delegate pack We provide an electronic delegate pack with extensive reference papers and notes, commonly used forms etc. If you wish to access the material on the day, please bring a device with which to do so. There are some charging points around the conference space, but these are limited, so please do bring a fully charged device if you can. If you require a printed pack for accessibility reasons, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request one. As we have a very limited run of packs you must give a good reason. Joining instructions will be sent via email the business day immediately preceding the conference/training course. Full schedule below. 9:30-9:45: Arrival and refreshments Morning Chair: Hannah Moxsom, Public Law Project 9:45-10:45: Introductory Principles Alastair Richardson, Brick Court Chambers 10:45-11:15: Grounds for JR Jennifer MacLeod, Brick Court Chambers 11.15-11.30: Break 11:30-12:30: Steps in a JR claim – from letter before claim to permission Katie Wilkins, Irwin Mitchell 12:30-13:15: Lunch 13:15-14:15: Steps in a JR claim – from post-permission to final hearing, followed by JR Quiz Aarushi Sahore, Brick Court Chambers 14:15-14:45: Funding and Legal aid Oliver Carter, Irwin Mitchell 14:45-15:00: Break 15:00-15:30: CCOs & third-party interventions David Siesage, Allen & Overy 16:00-16:10: Short break 16:10-17:30: Case study Frances Beddow, Allen & Overy Alice Stevens, Public Law Project March 27th, 10:00-11:30 (online via Zoom): Defending a JR Malcolm Birdling, Brick Court Chambers Time TBD: online via Zoom, Settlements and costs Jagoda Klimowicz, Brick Court Chambers Presented in partnership with Allen & Overy and Brick Court Chambers. Events 20 March 2023 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Book now One Bishops SquareLondonLondonE1 6AD Map Unavailable Standard TicketPrice: £160.00VAT: £0.00Total: £160.00Discounted TicketPrice: £90.00VAT: £0.00Total: £90.00Advisers TicketPrice: £50.00VAT: £0.00Total: £50.00Student TicketPrice: £20.00VAT: £0.00Total: £20.00 ShareClick to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window) Book a place This event is fully booked.