Judicial Review is when you seek review of a decision made by a government official on the basis that the decision maker did not follow the law. This means that you are challenging the legality of the decision.
When seeking judicial review, a Court will determine if the decision maker complied with the law when making the decision. If the Court finds that the decision maker did not comply with the law, it can make the decision maker revisit the decision. We can help you to ensure that you put a well-formed legal case to the Court so that it is more likely to find in your favour.
If you have received a government decision that you are unhappy with, contact us and we can discuss the decision with you and together we can determine whether there may be grounds to appeal the decision through judicial review.