10th December 2021

Hart Publishing are delighted to be hosting our 15th annual Judicial Review Conference which has established a precedent for extremely high quality, with an excellent chair, Sir Patrick Elias, and speakers dedicated to analysing developments in the area.

 

The conference continues to provide the opportunity for lawyers to sharpen their knowledge and awareness of the latest issues in Judicial Review, with live-streamed lectures and discussion involving a group of the highest calibre practitioners and academics involved in public law.

 

The programme includes an interview with Dominic Grieve and a discussion of the Government’s review of judicial review and human rights.

 

Delegates to the conference will earn 6 CPD points.

Praise for the Conference

“The Hart JR conference is brilliantly organised and the speakers are the best. It is extremely relevant to my practice and is great value for money. The range of styles makes it very interesting. . .The formula works. The chair is great.”

“It is the second time I have attended the conference and its quality was excellent again this year. You seem to have a fairly winning formula. “

“Surpassed expectations- a real treat.”

“Very interesting and worthwhile.”

“Excellent conference, as in previous years!”

Price

£275 (including VAT)

Discounts

Group discounts are available and we also have a limited number of student/academic spaces. Please email [email protected] for more details.

How to Book

Simply fill in the form below to secure your place at the conference. A Hart representative will then email you to organise payment.

Speakers

  • Sir Patrick Elias

    (Former judge of the Court of Appeal)

  • James Maurici QC

    (Landmark Chambers)

  • Professor Alison L Young

    (University of Cambridge)

  • Professor David Feldman

    (University of Cambridge)

  • The Hon. Mr Justice Fordham

    (The High Court of England and Wales)

  • Jonathan Moffett QC

    (1 KBW)

  • Professor Steve Peers

    (University of Essex)

  • Professor Jeff King

    (University College London)