‘Public authority decisions are, of course, open to judicial review. However, such decisions are fundamentally the domain of the relevant decision-maker and not the court. The court’s sole function (in appropriate cases) is to review the substantive and procedural lawfulness of the decision in question but not its intrinsic merits.’
Law Society’s Gazette, 2nd February 2015
11 Gray’s Inn Square Chambers invites applications for tenancy from Housing, Immigration and Employment practitioners at all levels of PQE.
The Civil teams undertake work at all levels. Chambers also undertakes both Criminal defence and prosecution work.
Application is by way of Chambers application form. For further information about 11 Gray’s Inn Square Chambers, or to request an application form, please contact the clerk to Chambers, Lloyd Addison,on 0207 405 6879 or by email at email@example.com
The deadline for application is 3rd March 2015.
ALL ENQUIRIES SHALL BE DEALT WITH IN THE STRICTEST CONFIDENCE
Chambers is committed to equality of opportunity. It is Chambers policy to treat everyone equally and fairly regardless of background, race, colour, ethnicity, national origin, nationality, citizenship, sex, gender, gender re-assignment, sexual orientation, marital or civil partnership status, disability, age, religion, belief or maternity status.
Chambers is committed to making reasonable adjustments in order to remove or reduce substantial disadvantage for disabled people working with Chambers or receiving legal services from Chambers.
Please note we do not have vacancies for squatters
1st Floor South, 10-11 Gray’s Inn Square, London
DX: 161 LDE
T: 0207 405 6879 F: 0207 430 0502
‘The out of borough temporary accommodation position continues to get worse, with increasing numbers of homeless shipped out of borough (and for London councils, often out of London). London Councils (pace Nzolameso v Westminster CC ) have put the DCLG ‘Supplementary Guidance on the homelessness changes in the Localism Act 2011 and on the Homelessness (Suitability of Accommodation) (England) Order 2012‘ at naught.’
NearlyLegal, 2nd February 2015
‘The high cost of welfare cases in the Court of Protection is “a matter of serious concern” and – alongside the lengthy duration of such proceedings – requires urgent investigation, researchers at Cardiff University have said.’
Local Government Lawyer, 3rd February 2015