The claimant appealed the Divisional Court’s dismissal of her judicial review application, in which the Divisional Court held that judicial review of a LAT decision should only be granted in exceptional circumstances. The Court of Appeal upheld the decision dismissing the judicial review, but modified the grounds on which judicial review could be sought. The Court of Appeal held that judicial review of the LAT should only be heard in the rare case where the adequate alternative remedies of reconsideration, together with a limited right of appeal, are insufficient to address the particular factual circumstances of a given case. The Divisional Court retains the discretion to hear and determine judicial review applications. Where a party commences both an appeal and a judicial review of a LAT decision, the matters ought to be joined and heard simultaneously. In terms of the claimant’s judicial review, the Court of Appeal held that the Divisional Court correctly dismissed it because the LAT’s decision that the claimant disputed her entitlement to IRBs outside of the limitation period was reasonable.