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(POSTPONED) WEB 1141 Urgent Judicial Reviews in the Upper Tribunal and Administrative Court (WEBINAR)

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A review of the law and procedure concerning judicial reviews, with a particular focus on out of hours and removals cases, including the use of case studies. The course will cover:

  • Identifying the degree of urgency in your case, is it an ‘immediate’, and ‘urgent’ or an ‘intermediate’?
  • The caselaw on urgent judicial reviews, including obligations to the court
  • Practice and procedure in urgent judicial reviews
  • How to run an out of hours application
  • Tactics for succeeding in urgent cases

A reminder that pupil barristers and trainee solicitors who are ILPA members and Category A members (Law Centres, Local Citizens’ Advice Bureaux and not-for-profits) are entitled to the concessionary training price (50% off the members' training price). If you're booking via email please remember to let us know if this applies to you. 


February 24
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Tutor details:
Miranda Butler, Landmark Chambers and Maria Thomas, Duncan Lewis Solicitors
Tutor biographies:
Miranda Butler is a barrister at Landmark Chambers, specialising in immigration and public law. She regularly works on urgent judicial reviews, including community care challenges and trafficking claims. Miranda is ranked in Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500 and is a member of the EHRC’s panel of counsel. 

Maria Thomas is a solicitor in the public law and immigration department at Duncan Lewis. Her work spans the full spectrum of immigration law, including judicial review, appeals, human rights and asylum matters. Maria has particular expertise in dealing with charter flight cases, and has successfully represented dozens of individuals facing removal from the UK.
Concessionary Training Prices: £35
Member Training Prices: £70
Non Member Training Prices: £120
CPD Hours:
Aim of Course:
To refamiliarise practitioners with the law, practice and procedure to be used in judicial reviews both in the UT and High Court. 
Spaces Left:
Intermediate, Advanced
Solicitors and barristers; this is a course for those who are confident undertaking litigation and have some familiarity with judicial review.