Wiki By Law expertise lies in public law claims involving immigration or civil liberties issues.
The decisions of public bodies, where there is no other right of appeal, are susceptible to judicial review. Wiki By Law have experience in all aspects of judicial review, including obtaining emergency orders and other interim relief to prevent breaches of human rights, following up judicial reviews with actions for damages in both the County and High Court and successfully pursuing judicial review matters to the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court. We have acted in a number of high profile cases and our experienced department has a deserved reputation for committed and professional conduct.
Our Public Law department is now well established and known by the Legal Aid Agency, the Courts, and the Treasury Solicitor. This enables us to quickly and effectively obtain funding, manage cases with the Court (get quick listings, direct access to Court lawyers etc), and communicate with team leaders at Treasury Solicitors.
We have more case workers carrying out Public Law work than most firms and our staff receive regular training to keep upto date. This results in a depth and breadth of knowledge, constant effective cover, and an ability to monitor the approach of Defendants in different cases which enables us to point out inconsistencies. This also means that when dealing with a large class of case we are likely to have conduct of several, meaning that we are likely to get lead cases and be able to steer the course of the litigation to favour all of our clients.
We advise other firms on funding and case management issues regularly, working closely with Chambers. We have been listed in the Legal 500 for our public law work. We regularly draft articles that are published on this website and other locations.
Our Public Law department is based in our City of London office although they are able to see clients at any of Wiki By Law offices, and will regularly travel to these locations when necessary. Our administration remains based in our other London offices continues to be used for correspondence.