Judicial Review

Resolution Solicitors

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why choose Gibson & Associates LLP for your judicial review dispute

EMPATHY.

Experience.

Over 30+ years experience with proven successful cases that will make the best possible decisions and outcomes from your claim so you are put at ease.

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Speak to your solicitor from the comfort of your own home, we will ensure that you are looked after throughout your time with us.

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Our client care team will respond within 3 working days of enquiry and we are going to help, guide and support you throughout the process.

Dedicated Point Of Contact.​

You will be provided with one point of contact, this will ensure all of your communication needs are met. We help you claim compensation after an accident at no cost to you.

Efficiency.​

We have the highest standards in the way we work and operate to get the best for our clients.

Removing The Complexity.​

Using similar terms and phrases that our clients understand so they can clearly understand the costs and risks involved with pursuing a claim with us.

TRUST.

Feel at Ease

Ensure you feel at ease so that we can gain knowledge on the case and the company. ​

TRUSTWORTHY

You can trust Gibson & Associates LLP to make the best decisions possible.

EMPATHETIC

We help understand how you are feeling so we can respond appropriately to the situation.

discretion

We ensure the safety and confidentiality of you at all times.

committed

Always putting your welfare at the forefront of our decisions.

communication

Excellent communication throughout the entire process.

EXPERTISE.

  • Decisions of the District and Circuit Courts

  • Inquest verdicts

  • Decisions of tribunals

  • Deductions from army pensions

  • Discharge of a member of the defence forces

  • Disqualification from receiving social welfare payments

  • Refusals of an Irish passport, marriage certificate, or visa

  • Decisions to deport asylum-seekers

  • Decisions of a public administrative body relating to the environment.

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  • Decisions of An Bord Pleanála relating to planning permission

  • Decisions of Government bodies that require an Environmental Impact Assessment and/or an Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (IPPC) licence.

  • Decisions of the Legal Aid Board and the Law Society.

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PROCESS.

Step 1.  Complete our request a call form 
Step 2.  Receive a call from our client care team to discuss your case in more detail
Step 3.  Complete a consultation with one of our Solicitors

Our Clients.

FAQs.

Judicial review is a type of court proceeding in which a judge reviews the lawfulness of a decision or action made by a public body.

In other words, judicial reviews are a challenge to the way in which a decision has been made, rather than the rights and wrongs of the conclusion reached.

It is not really concerned with the conclusions of that process and whether those were ‘right’, as long as the right procedures have been followed. The court will not substitute what it thinks is the ‘correct’ decision.

This may mean that the public body will be able to make the same decision again, so long as it does so in a lawful way.

If you want to argue that a decision was incorrect, judicial review may not be best for you. There are alternative remedies, such as appealing against the decision to a higher court.

Judicial review proceedings can be brought against any person or body exercising a public function.

Rules of the Superior Courts provides that an application for leave to apply for judicial review shall be made within 3 months from the date when grounds for the application first arose.

Time Limits within which to take judicial review proceedings of other matters are as follows:

General Matters: 3 months
Immigration cases: 14 days from the date of the decision
Planning Decisions: 8 weeks
Awarding of Public Contracts: 30 Days

Common judicial review proceedings arise in immigration cases such as:

  • Excessive wait times for citizenship
  • Ministerial refusal of an application for citizenship or a visa
  • Deportation orders
  • Ministerial refusal of family reunification visas
  • Employment permit refusals

 

We are highly experienced litigation solicitors with over 30 years experience, we have successfully supported and achieved great outcomes for our clients. We offer our clients the service of a large corporate law firm, but our fees are competitive, therefore you benefit the most. We are members of several law firm boards to ensure that our practice delivers to the highest standards for our clients

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