Anyone who has had their rights infringed or has been treated unfairly by a public body can make a claim. You can also claim on behalf of people who are unable to make decisions for themselves, such as adults with certain mental illnesses or brain injuries, or children.
Charities, campaign groups and local interest groups may also make claims on behalf of individuals or groups of people that have been affected by a public body decision.
Most areas of public law require you to go through complaints and appeals procedures before you can take legal action in a court, but we can advise, support and represent you at any stage of the process. You don't need to be ready to go to court to take advantage of our in-depth knowledge and negotiation skills.
If you think you might be able to make a public law claim, speak to one of our team on 0800 028 1943 to find out more.