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Gudanaviciene and Ors v Director of Legal Aid Casework [2014] EWHC 1840 (Admin)

Sep 29, 2018, 22:32 PM
These six claims have been heard together pursuant to an order of Turner J made on 30 January 2014.  Each challenges the refusal of the Director of Legal Aid Casework (whom I will refer to as the Director) to grant legal aid to the claimants.
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Please see the attached file below for the full judgment.

 Neutral Citation Number: [2014] EWHC 1840 (Admin)
 Case No: CO/16894;17381;17279;16732;12441/2013 & CO/27/2014

 IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
 QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION, ADMINISTRATIVE COURT
 Royal Courts of Justice
 Strand
 London
 WC2A 2LL

 Date: 13 June 2014

 
 
Before :

 Mr Justice Collins

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 Between :

 (1) Teresa Gudanaviciene
 (2) IS (By his litigation friend, the Official Solicitor)
 (3) Cleon Reis
 (4) B
 (5) Jacqueline Elizabeth Edgehill
 (6) S
 Claimants

 - and -

 Director of Legal Aid Casework
 1st Defendant
 The Lord Chancellor
 2nd Defendant

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 Mr Richard Drabble,Q.C. & Mr Ranjiv Khubber & Mr Joseph Markus (instructed by Turpin Miller LLP) for the 1st Claimant
 Ms Philipa Kaufmann, Q.C. & Mr Chris Buttler (instructed by Public Law Project) for the 2nd Claimant
 Mr Tim Buley & Mr Alistair Mills (instructed by Duncan Lewis & Co) for the 3rd Claimant
 Mr Paul Bowen, Q.C. & Ms Alison Pickup (instructed by Islington Law Centre) for the 4th Claimant
 Mr Ashley Underwood, Q.C. & Mr Adam Tear (Solicitor Advocate) instructed by Duncan Lewis & Co) for the 5th Claimant
 Mr Paul Bowen, Q.C. & Ms Catherine Meredith (instructed by ATLEU for the 6th Claimant
 Mr Martin Chamberlain, Q.C. & Ms Sarah Love & Mr Malcolm Birdling (instructed by Treasury Solicitor) for the Defendants

 Hearing dates: 13 – 16 May 2014

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 Judgment

Gudanaviciene and Ors v Director of Legal Aid Casework and Anor [2014] EWHC 1840 (Admin) 

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