Six Pump Court presents the first in our series of environmental and public law seminars to be held this year:
Judicial Review: Tactics for Winning, Recent Developments and “Abuse of Power”
This seminar will examine the effect of legislative changes to judicial review procedures effected in recent years. It will also look at what is meant by an “abuse of power” as a ground in its own right, and explore the overlap between this basis of challenge and other procedural and substantive grounds of review, including the contemporary scope of legitimate expectation. The aim of the seminar is to provide practical assistance in bringing and defending judicial review claims, especially, but not only, in the planning and environmental areas.
Further detail on the content of the seminar is provided below and in the attached flyer
**Please note – this seminar is now fully booked but a reserve list has been set up – please RSVP if you would like to be added to the reserve list.**
Speakers: Megan Thomas and Gordon Wignall
Venue: 6 Pump Court Chambers, Temple, London
Date: Thursday 25th May 2017
Time: from 4.30pm to 6.30pm (tea and coffee available from 4.15 pm). To be followed by a drinks reception.
Cost: £25.00. Second and subsequent bookings from your organisation charged at a reduced rate of £15.00 per person. No charge will be made for local authorities.
RSVP: Bridget Tough email@example.com 020 7797 8456 to book places or make enquiries.
The seminar will qualify for 2 CPD points. Places are subject to availability. If the event is over-subscribed we will aim to repeat it later in the year.
Chambers retains the right to cancel or to offer an alternative date
Details of further seminars in the series can be found here.