• With over seven years’ experience dealing with complex public law disputes and judicial reviews, our team can mobilise quickly to provide expert legal advice. We understand the need for local bodies and health boards to account for every penny of public money used. Whether you are making a challenge to central government regarding costs or policy changes, or defending a judicial review brought by a member of the public or commercial organisation, we will ensure you receive value in return for your investment.

    Many local body disputes and challenges are complex collective actions and can cover all range of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) methods. Our team specialises in mounting or defending collective judicial reviews and are one of the UK’s leading firms in this area. We have the expertise and experience in structuring successful ADR programs in multi-faceted cases.

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    We advise over 140 local authorities which puts us in a unique position to pass on relevant information regarding central government actions and private commercial trends to local bodies affected both individually and collectively. We have gained a strong reputation in providing exceptional service to our local government clients, and they trust us to keep them informed and advise them on appropriate steps to take if action is required on a particular issue.

    We can provide quick, cost-effective solutions to local authorities and health boards who require legal and commercial advice and strategies regarding public and administrative law disputes, and judicial reviews and statutory challenges. We will build you the right team with the right expertise and exceed your expectations.

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