The who, what and how of judicial review explained

Compact Voice have published a new briefing on understanding judicial review procedures.

The briefing explains in clear, jargon-free language, what judicial review is and how it works in practice. 

Judicial review can be a complex procedure to understand. However, it has been successfully used by voluntary organisations to challenge decisions made by local authorities, so is valuable be aware of.

The briefing covers:

  • Judicial review practice and procedure
  • Who's who in judicial review
  • The key issues voluntary organisations need to consider, including costs, your relationship with the local authority and how judicial review relates to your local Compact

The briefing is available to download here

The government has also recently proposed a series of changes to judicial review. Compact Voice published a short overview of what these changes mean, which can also be downloaded from our resources section.

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