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Judicial review - education law

If the need arises, our public law team have been specialising in judicial review for over twelve years and are nationally recognised as specialists in this area with excellent connections to leading barristers’ chambers. 

You can have confidence that your case will be handled efficiently and with regular updates in what can be a very fast paced area of law.

Our public law team is nationally renowned and are respected by a number of agencies with whom they regularly deal. They have been praised for their innovative approach to problems faced by clients and always try to resolve issues as quickly as possible.

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Why Stephensons?

Our judicial review team aims to remove the uncertainty faced by clients at what can be highly stressful times offering advice, support and expertise when it is needed in an efficient and understandable way.

The team regularly advises on judicial review applications to the High Court having a wealth of experience and connections with leading barrister’s chambers in Manchester and London. 

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4.7 score on Trustpilot Based on count 983

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