Why Judicial Review is beneficial

The process through which legal redress may be obtained against public authorities is often criticised as being politicised, of little value to claimants, and burdensome on public bodies. Based on the largest empirical study of judicial review outcomes to date, Varda Bondy, Lucinda Platt and Maurice Sunkin explain for LSE British Politics and Policy blog how judicial review can actually benefit … More Why Judicial Review is beneficial

Judicial Review litigation as an incentive to change

Judicial Review litigation as an incentive to change in local authority public services in England and Wales considers the findings of the first comprehensive quantitative study of the relationships between levels of judicial review litigation and the quality of local government services. The article also considers the way local government officials perceive judicial review and argues … More Judicial Review litigation as an incentive to change

Judicial review litigation

Judicial review litigation as an incentive to change in local authority public services in England and Wales is an ISER Working Paper. The paper considers the relationship between levels of judicial review litigation and the quality of local government services. It also considers the way local government officials perceive judicial review and argues that reactions cannot be … More Judicial review litigation