IT'S RAINING LAWS
- Queen's Bench Sir John Thomas named new LCJ. // Lawyer;7/22/2013, Vol. 27 Issue 30, p7
The article announces the confirmation of Sir John Thomas, president of the British Queen's Bench Division (QBD), as Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales.
- "Judicial Free Speech Versus Judicial Neutrality in Mid-Twentieth Century England: The Last Hurrah for the Ancien Regime?" // Justice System Journal;2009, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p241
The article reviews the article "Judicial Free Speech Versus Judicial Neutrality in Mid-Twentieth Century England: The Last Hurrah for the Ancient Regime?," by Gerry R. Rubin, found in the Summer 2009 issue of "Law and History Review."
- Minister mulls second Stevenage inquiry. Wilding, Mark // Planning (14672073);7/1/2011, Issue 1912, p9
The article reports on the order of the England judge to reconsider the application of the West Stevenage Consortium, a group of housebuilders including Persimmon and Taylor Woodrow, for a 3,600 homes in Stevenage, England.
- Sir Jeremy Sullivan talks to Estates Gazette. Harrold, Jess // Estates Gazette;7/4/2015, Issue 850, p03
The article discusses the highlights of an interview with Lord Justice Sir Jeremy Sullivan about his retirement from the Court of Appeal, his thoughts on the success of the Planning Court, and the difficulties presented by the National Planning Policy Framework.
- Michael Mustill: a reminiscence. Park, Rusty // Arbitration International;Sep2015, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p363
An obituary for English barrister and judge Michael Mustill is presented.
- Â£200k-a-year Lord Saville proves most hands-off SCJ. Dowell, Katy // Lawyer;1/25/2010, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p1
The article reports that Supreme Court Justice Lord Mark Saville was the least active of the 11 Supreme Court Justice as he only sat one case in the Michaelmas term in Great Britain.
- Lord Chief Justice Lord Judge announces retirement. Harris, Joanne // Lawyer (Online Edition);11/21/2012, p11
The article announces the retirement of Lord Chief Justice Igor Judge of England and Wales.
- The week in numbers. // Lawyer;3/4/2013, Vol. 27 Issue 10, p6
The article presents statistics on the number of new barristers appointed in Great Britain in 2013, the number of years former attorney Rohan Pershad received for his fraud conviction, and the number of judges appointed to the British Supreme Court in 2013.
- Plans outlined for planning court. Degun, Gurjit // Publican's Morning Advertiser;9/18/2013, Issue 118, p68
The article reports on the proposal of the government for a specialist planning court to aid streamline the legal process to identify challenges to planning issues in Great Britain in 2013.