London Judicial Review Solicitors
We offer a range of services to those considering, or already engaged in, judicial review proceedings.
What is Judicial Review?
In the immigration context, judicial review is a procedure that allows a judge to review the lawfulness of a Home Office decision.
We have prepared a detailed overview of this process, plus detailed posts on other aspects of a judicial review challenge (see list, below).
How can we help?
We regularly represent clients in their judicial review challenges against decisions made by the Home Office.
We are also happy to advise on any aspect of your judicial review challenge (to the extent that we are able to) via a one-off consultation.
Why Luqmani Thompson & Partners?
We are some of the most experienced judicial review solicitors currently working in UK immigration practice.
We have achieved exceptional results for our clients over the years, running cases at all levels, including in the UK Supreme Court and European courts.
For some of our biggest cases, see our post: Life changing law at Luqmani Thompson & Partners.
How to fund your case
Where clients instruct us to assist in their judicial review cases, we may be able to assist under legal aid. Otherwise, we offer competitive rates for those who do not qualify.
More information on the costs of judicial review proceedings are available in our post: How much does Judicial Review cost?
Please contact us to assess how we may be able to assist you.
Further information about judicial review is available in the following blog posts
- Judicial Review: who, what, where, how, why, when, how much and how long?
- How much does Judicial Review cost?
- Interim relief in Judicial Review: protecting your interests
- The Perfect PAP: how to write a Letter Before Claim
- Knowing your limits: limitation periods for judicial review claims
- Where to bring Judicial Reviews proceedings
- Will I win my judicial review case? Success rates in immigration judicial review claims
- How long will my judicial review take? Timeframes and other practicalities for claimants