Chancery and Commercial Bar: A barrier to justice?
With the Department of Constitutional Affairs' consultation on diversity in the judiciary now at an end, Grahame Aldous assesses the opportunities on offer for the preservation of the eminence of the bench
In selecting judges we should aim for excellence. It is in everyone’s interest, including the public interest, that judges should be of high quality. To achieve that level of excellence, judges need to be drawn from the best candidates.
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