Judicial Review

A Judicial Review is a procedure in which the High Court can review a decision or action taken by a public body. This can be a very important and useful tool in relation to decisions made by the Civil Service, Educational bodies, NHS Trusts, the Home Office and all other public bodies.

Toal and Heron have in-house experts who possess a wealth of experience in this area having been involved in a wide variety of judicial reviews. This is a complicated area and one that our team will be more than happy to assist you with. If you are contemplating a Judicial Review, advice should be sought at an early stage.

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Co. Tyrone, BT80 8PE
Tel: (028) 8676 2395
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Judicial Review Solicitor

Toal and Heron can assist with your Judicial Review action against various public bodies’ decisions, such as:
  • Police Service of Northern Ireland decisions
  • Departmental decisions
  • Public Prosecution Service decisions
  • National Health Trust decisions
  • Third Party Appeals
  • Injunctive Proceedings
  • Educational Body decisions