Expert Public Law Advice from Ison Harrison Solicitors

Ison Harrison’s Public Law and Civil Liberties department is headed by Erica Restall.

We deal with claims for judicial review against a wide range of public authority defendants including Government Departments such as the Home Office, Probation Service and Ministry of Justice; NHS health authorities and local authorities; Ombudsmen; Regulatory bodies and Courts and Tribunals including the Magistrates Court, Coroners, and the Parole Board

We can deal with judicial review challenges in many different areas of law including:

  • Asylum /Immigration;
  • Trafficking/modern slavery;
  • Asylum support;
  • Age Assessments;
  • Deportation;
  • Immigration unlawful detention cases;
  • Prisoner rights;
  • Parole Board decisions;
  • Inquests;
  • NHS Healthcare decisions;
  • Mental Health;
  • Regulatory;
  • CICA;
  • Police/CPS.

Erica has a real passion for asylum and trafficking related cases. She has a wealth of experience and has dealt with hundreds of claims in this area of law since qualifying as a solicitor and taking the decision to specialise in 2004. She regularly brings claims for judicial review in relation to certification decisions, fresh claim refusals, delay in decision making, Cart JRs, asylum support issues, age assessments, unlawful detention and negative trafficking decisions.

Our clients are at the heart of everything we do. Often clients come to us in at a point of crisis in their life, where all other options to resolve their situation have failed, requiring urgent help. We pride ourselves on offering a sympathetic ear whilst striving to provide a practical and swift resolution to an individual’s legal problem.

We deal with cases at all levels including in the Administrative Court and Upper Tribunal, Court of Appeal, Supreme Court and European Court of Human Rights.

We are able to offer legal aid for judicial review claims to those who financially qualify.

Please give us a call to find out whether we can assist you with a judicial review claim and whether you are eligible for legal aid.