Findings in respect of the credibility of applicants for asylum are frequently raised in judicial review proceedings. There is a proliferation of cases in this area, and so it would be beyond the scope of this article to examine the area in fine detail. The area is, however, governed by a fairly stable set of principles. This article will consider the main principles and case law that are applicable to the issue of credibility in judicial review proceedings.
|Publisher:||Irish Law Times|
|Publication Date:||01 Jan 2016|