Tag: Lord Chief Justice
First female Lord Chief Justice appointed in 755 years
Who run the courts?!
First woman set to lead judiciary in 755 years
Lady Chief Justice?
Lord Chief Justice to retire
Lord Burnett steps down next September after six years in role
Lord Chief Justice rallies lawyers as countdown to London Legal Walk begins
Over 650 teams to join 28 June event
Keep wigs to help disguise judges, Lord Chief Justice argues
Lord Burnett recalls taking the same Tube home as a defendant he'd just sentenced
Jury trials on hold due to coronavirus fears
Jurors summoned for this week told to remain at home
Trio of top judges fend off criticism on £1.2 billion court modernisation programme
Widely-condemned court closures are means of 'liberating capital' where 'money is not limitless', select committee hears
Papua New Guinea has better court tech than us, says Lord Chief Justice
'We have much ground to make up'
Sexism from judges exaggerated, says Lord Chief Justice
Small number of examples give 'false impression'
Let public access courts through smartphones, says Lord Chief Justice
Top judge backs mobile ‘optimised’ hearings
New Pizza Express-loving Lord Chief Justice, dubbed ‘Ian of Essex’, takes to YouTube to deliver first speech
Sir Ian Burnett was officially sworn in yesterday
Chief Justice: Family courts in ‘crisis’
Retiring Lord Thomas says something must be done on public law cases
Sir Ian Burnett becomes youngest Lord Chief Justice in over 50 years
Court of Appeal judge will take over from Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd later this year
Liz Truss will not make a year as Lord Chancellor, Joshua Rozenberg predicts
She’s unlikely to survive post-election reshuffle
Soon-to-retire Lord Chief Justice absolutely slammed Liz Truss in parliament this morning
Lawyers question whether his outburst was unprecedented
Bill allowing judges aged 66+ to apply for Lord Chief Justice post presented today
Keith Vaz to older judges’ rescue?
It now looks even more likely our next Lord Chief Justice will be a woman
Front-runners' chances scuppered because they're too old to apply
Top judge says legal profession will ‘struggle’ to retain global status in post-Leave vote era
Lord Chief Justice to lawyers: hard work is on the way
Constitutional law academics speak out on claims Liz Truss has broken the law by not sticking up for Brexit judges
Lord Judge said she breached her statutory duty, but do the professors agree?
Judges’ recruitment difficulties need ‘urgent’ attention, says Lord Chief Justice
And low morale isn't helping
Brexit legal challenge: Lord Chief Justice condemns ‘abusers’ targeting claimants
Access to justice will not be compromised by threats