Community Legal Assistance Society - BC Judicial Review Self-Help Guide

The Guide: Follow the Steps

Generally, you can only begin a judicial review when the tribunal has made a final decision. Select the tribunal that you have a decision from to learn more about the steps involved in a judicial review:

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Site by the Community Legal Assistance Society. Content available under Creative Commons CC BY-NC licence. This guide is made possible by funding from the British Columbia Ministry of Justice and the Law Foundation of British Columbia. This guide was originally produced by David Mossop, Q.C. It has been revised and edited by Kendra Milne, Jess Hadley, Laura Johnston, Joshua Prowse, Samrah Mian, and Claire McNevin.
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