7BR is delighted to present its first Judicial Review Conference. This seminar has been designed to deliver a comprehensive update on recent developments in Public Law. Speakers include Sir Ross Cranston, the recently retired Lead Judge of the Administrative Court, and Richard Clayton QC, Head of public law at 7BR, together with other specialist practitioners. The seminar provides 4 CPD points. To learn more about public law at 7BR and the work we undertake, please click here.

Refreshments will be served upon arrival and lunch will be provided.

Tuesday 6th June 2017

9.45am – 3.15pm

Location: 7 Bedford Row, London, WC1R 4BS


Timetable of Seminars:


Sir Ross Cranston, The Administrative Court- Reflections

Richard Clayton QC, Top 10 Public Law Cases

Lee Parkhill, Remedies in Judicial Review

Robert Harland, Inquests & Judicial Review 

Adam Clemens, Data Protection Update

Saara Idelbi, Practice & Procedure Update

Cost: 

Seminar, £25 (+ VAT)

Webinar, £15 (+VAT)

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