Judicial review – Human Trafficking. Court of Session: In judicial review proceedings in which a Chinese national sought reduction of a decision that she was not a victim of human trafficking from China to Denmark for the purposes of forced labour or sexual exploitation, the court rejected contentions that the decision-maker had erred in law by failing to apply the relevant guidance in certain specified respects and had erred in relation to the question of the petitioner's identity, holding that the decision-maker had not made any material error in law in reaching the decision complained of, which was reasonably open to her on the information before her.