The UK Government has been consulting on significant reforms to judicial review in England and Wales. Acting with a panel of employment law experts, Jessica Bass and Lauren McLaughlin of Curzon Green’s Employment Team contributed to the consultation by formally responding to questions relating to proposed procedural changes. This includes potentially removing the requirement for a judicial review claim to be issued "promptly" and considerations regarding the three-month time limit. The consultation ran until the end of April, and the Government is currently analysing the feedback. We can expect to see at least some of the reforms taken forward later in the year.