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Dominic Scullion - Public interest interventions in judicial review in Scotland: a rarely used but effective procedure
Dominic will discuss the recent decision of the Second Division in McCue v Glasgow City Council in which he submitted a written submission on behalf of the Scottish Public Services Ombudsman in a reclaiming motion which concerned the interplay between judicial review and complaints to the Ombudsman, and the laws of alternative remedy. The talk will cover public interest intervention procedure, and the things to weight up when considering whether to apply to intervene.

The talk will last 30 minutes, including a Q&A session.

Oct 8, 2020 01:00 PM in London

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Dominic Scullion
Dominic called to the Bar in 2020, having qualified as a solicitor in 2012 and as a solicitor advocate in 2016. His principal areas of practice are public law, health & safety, and reparation. He has acted in judicial reviews, statutory appeals and regulatory proceedings, and has advised on devolution issues, ECHR compliance, EU law, data protection and freedom of information. He has also acted for insurers, public bodies, private companies and individuals in reparation actions (including ‘stress at work’ claims and damages for compensation as a result of data protection breaches).