Public Law2018-05-22T14:58:25+00:00

Public Law

Public law applies to decisions taken by public bodies including government departments, local authorities and most regulatory bodies exercising public functions. It can be distinguished from private law which governs relationships between individuals and private companies.

This area of law therefore affects most of us in our everyday lives, from council issued parking tickets, to housing and benefits.

Public Law

Why Choose Oracle Solicitors?

Our highly experienced solicitors in London and Belfast have established a reputation for providing fast, efficient and friendly advice to clients without all the legal jargon.

We have a proven track record of successfully winning public law cases with our clients and tailor each case specifically to our clients needs.

If you believe a public body has acted unlawfully, we can guide you through the decision-makers own appeal mechanism and apply for judicial review of the decision if necessary.

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