In this article for New Law Journal, David Greene discusses Civil justice reform and questions if Judges should be the final arbiter.
Lord Justice Jackson retires this week with some unfinished business. His contribution to civil justice has been immense and NLJ columnist Professor Dominic Regan described some of this in NLJ last week (see ‘Jackson LJ: a lasting legacy’). I am sure Jackson would have preferred to remain in place to see all his reforms completed but the conscripted retirement age for the judiciary has seen him leave the bench at the height of his career.
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