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A handbook which aims to be a first port of call in all matters concerning judicial review applications, whether in civil or criminal proceedings.
Judicial Review: A Practical Guide is a handbook which aims to be a first port of call in all matters concerning judicial review applications, whether in civil or criminal proceedings.
From initial instructions to appeals and costs, the authors guide the reader through each step of the court process, and provide extensive case examples drawn from a broad range of claims. This readable and concise work includes procedural checklists and a library of precedents.
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In addition to the authors’ commentary, Judicial Review: A Practical Guide contains over 20 precedents covering all aspects of the litigation process, together with all the main legislative and judicial materials.
"this reliable, concise and readable work of reference contains extensive tables of cases, statutes, statutory instruments and European and international material, plus a 17 page index at the back"to read the full review click here
"Criminal Lawyers huff and puff a lot about the judicial review, but often take their frustrations no further due to a lack of understanding of the remedies and the scope of this specialist jurisdiction. Once again this is a general tect explaining with great clarity the procedural processes that must be gone through. The books greatest strength though it that whilst the text is academically rigorous, the intention was clearly to produce a book that will practically assist the non-specialist in this field - the authors have succeeded and this should be first port of call for all thoses considerinng this route of challenge. Highly recommended."Andrew Keogh
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