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Judicial Review

Judicial Review is a legal remedy available before the High Court to review the legality of administrative decisions. An administrative decision that is irrational or unreasonable, or has been made in breach of fair procedures, or has been made based on a material error of fact, might be open to challenge by way of Judicial Review. It is also the procedure to challenge legal provisions deemed unconstitutional and/or in breach of the State’s human rights and EU Law obligations arising from the European Convention on Human Rights and EU Law in general.

We have wide experience of High Court Applications for Judicial Review, particularly in the areas of international protection law (asylum, refugee and subsidiary protection law) and general immigration law, in which we are assisted by a group of highly experienced barristers.