At Pax Law, we have successfully overturned more than 1,500 decisions through judicial reviews and have the conduct of more than 300 files at this moment.

Many legal decisions are made through “administrative decision-makers”. These legislative bodies can take various forms: The Canadian Borders Services Agency, the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, the College of Registered Nurses of BC, among others.

These decision-makers are given the power to execute and enforce certain laws, and their decisions are legally binding. However, when/if they act unfairly or unjustly, their decision can be reviewed and potentially overturned. This process is called a judicial review.

If you feel an administrative decision-making body mishandled your case or misappropriated its power, we at Pax law would be glad to guide you through the judicial review process. We will ardently advocate for your rights and represent you at court if necessary. Though we have extensive experience with matters relating to immigration (primarily study permit refusals), we are equipped to handle any reviews you may require.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) – Judicial Review