The Pursuit of Justice
The Pursuit of Justice prints for the first time a collection of lectures and papers written and delivered by Lord Woolf since 1986, following his retirement in 2005 from the office of Lord Chief Justice and a judicial career that has spanned over four decades.
The papers cover developments that have occurred in a variety of legal areas, and which continue to be relevant in a changing world, including the rule of law and the constitution, the role of judges, access to justice, human rights, medicine, the environment, crime and penal reform, and legal education. Each paper discusses the challenges that have arisen in English common law in recent times and the way they have been solved or attempted to be solved to ensure that justice is done: so that arrests and searches are made properly; that there are fair hearings; readily available lawful remedies; and the removal of unnecessary costs and delays.
Specifications of The Pursuit of Justice
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Number Of Pages||424|
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