Musings From Manchester: Who’s judging?

Geoffrey Shindler considers recent criticisms and concerns affecting the judiciary ‘Judges are often accused of being both unrealistic and unworldly living in ivory towers of the 18th century construction and dressing appropriately for the building. This is of course not the truth but the truth is a matter of perception as much as theory.’When discussing …
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Cases Referenced

  • Sharman v Sharman (No 4) [2007] EWCA Civ 503