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CPD Course:
Judicial Review
- Overview, Update
and Specific Issues

Presented by
Ms Kate Olley,
Barrister-at-Law, Parkside Chambers;
Mr. Christopher Jacobs,
Barrister-at-Law, Landmark Chambers
& Mr. Peter Barnes,
Barrister-at-Law, Parkside Chambers

Judicial Review - Overview, Update and Specific Issues
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Code: EVT000000168 Level: Intermediate
Date: 13 January 2017 (Friday) Language: English
Time: 09:30 - 12:45
(Reception starts at 09:00)
Accreditation(s): LSHK 3.0 CPD Points
(LSHK Allocated Number: 20165113)
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Presenter's Profile:
Ms Kate Olley

Kate Olley is a barrister at Parkside Chambers, specialising in planning and property law and all aspects of constitutional and administrative law, as well as general civil and commercial law.  She qualified in London in 1999 and until joining Parkside Chambers this year practised at Landmark Chambers, the leading planning and public law Chambers in the UK.  She has conducted many cases in the High Court and Court of Appeal and has also appeared on her own in the English Supreme Court.  She is also a practising mediator.

Kate has been highly recommended since 2005 in the Chambers & Partners and Legal 500 directories, for example in the latest edition of the Legal 500: "She can win very difficult and complex cases with her brilliant advocacy".

Kate graduated from Oxford University with First Class Honours in Chinese Studies before completing her legal training in London.

Presenter's Profile:
Mr. Christopher Jacobs
Barrister-at-Law, Landmark Chambers

Christopher Jacobs is a barrister at Landmark Chambers in London.  He was called to the Bar in 1994 and practices in the fields of planning law, property law and public law.  Christopher is a judicial review specialist and has acted as leading counsel on over 10 occasions in the Court of Appeal, most recently winning an important case which concerned whether the principle in HJ (Iran) applies in cases where a fear of persecution arises from imputed political opinion MSM (Somalia) v SSHD [2016] EWCA Civ 715.  Christopher frequently appears in the Administrative Court and Upper Tribunal and has acted as junior counsel in the House of Lords and Supreme Court on eight occasions.

Presenter's Profile:
Mr. Peter Barnes

Peter obtained his LLB in Law from the University of Adelaide in 1985 and an LLM (IP&IT Law) (Dist.) from the University of Hong Kong in 2008.

Peter was admitted as a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of South Australia in 1985.  He subsequently worked in private practice, specialising in commercial and civil law, until coming to Hong Kong in 1993.  For a number of years thereafter, Peter worked with the late Mrs. Pam Baker on refugee cases, particularly those in relation to Vietnamese asylum seekers.

In 1999, Peter co-founded the law firm Barnes & Daly, of which he remained a partner until 2013 when he left to join the bar.  During his partnership at Barnes & Daly, Peter was involved in several well-known judicial review cases related to the Basic Law, including landmark challenges in those relating to the right of abode, in addition to a series of cases concerning the rights of refugees and asylum seekers (including those in relation to the Convention Against Torture).  At the same time, Peter worked on civil claims and matrimonial disputes, appearing as an advocate in both the District Court and High Court.

Peter was called to the Hong Kong Bar in the beginning of 2014 following pupillage with Mr. Clive Grossmann S.C., Mr. Robin Egerton and Mr. Jonathan Wong.

At the bar, Peter continues his diverse practice, with particular emphasis on matrimonial and family disputes, constitutional and administrative law, judicial review and general commercial litigation.

Course Outline:

This course, offered by judicial review specialist Kate Olley, recently relocated from London to Parkside Chambers, and judicial review specialist Christopher Jacobs from Landmark Chambers, London aims to refresh the basics of judicial review practice and procedure and to look at key trends and current issues in this field.

The course will cover:

  • An overview of judicial review practice and procedure, focusing on avoiding pitfalls for the unwary and points to be aware of for both applicants and respondents
  • An update of the recent caselaw in various topical areas, to include consideration of the boundaries of the legal and the political arenas
  • Cutting edge developments in the costs jurisdiction, in particular consideration of the Protective Costs Order and whether this is appropriate to the Hong Kong context

This course is jointly provided in partnership with:  Kornerstone Limited
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