On 8th and 14th April 2021, Sara Anzani‘s and Sarah Pinder‘s articles for Free Movement were published. Both Sara and Sarah are senior practitioners of the immigration and public law team at Goldsmith Chambers and Sarah Pinder is the joint-head of the team. Both articles provide essential guidance and practice tips concerning applications for costs in immigration judicial reviews. You can access each article by clicking on the links below:
Costs in immigration judicial reviews by Sarah Pinder
Brexit, costs and Dublin III judicial reviews by Sara Anzani.
It is important to seek advice as to whether an applicant is entitled to costs before any consent order is agreed and/or when seeking to litigate the issue of costs further. In the shifting landscapes we face following Brexit, coupled with the government’s “New Plan for Immigration”, the Home Office may be seeking to reduce its costs wherever possible — with or without legal foundation.
Related practice areas: Immigration and Public Law