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Housing-related Judicial Review

In light of the increase of housing-related judicial review, the third instalment of Cornerstone Barristers' Housing Week series provides a timely and focussed update and practical analysis of the law and procedure from pre-action protocol to costs.

About the speakers

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Kelvin Rutledge QC

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Kelvin Rutledge QC is a specialist in local government law with particular emphasis on social housing, adult community care, children's services, land dealings and governance. He has related expertise in human rights, European and discrimination law and is also a highly experienced and knowledgeable property lawyer.

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Dr Alex Williams

Dr Alex Williams

Alex's broad practice focusses heavily on public law and human rights, with an emphasis on social housing, planning and licensing, but also includes aspects of commercial and information law.

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Catherine Rowlands

Catherine Rowlands has a practice which covers all aspects of public law, especially social housing, community care, and immigration, together with property and other civil litigation.

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 Wayne Beglan

Wayne Beglan

Wayne has particular expertise in judicial review, planning, housing, regeneration, landlord and tenant, employment, procurement and contractual work for local authorities, RPs, developers and corporations.

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