Law Commissioner

Law Commissioner

a member of a LAW COMMISSION.
References in classic literature ?
Manasseh, does not like to trust the post, I suppose?
Manasseh of Cursitor Street (chief creditors of the Colonel's), complimented his lady upon the brilliant way in which she did business, and declared that there was no professional man who could beat her.
Law Commissioner Professor David Ormerod QC said: There are laws in place to stop abuse but weve moved on from the age of green ink and poison pens.
The audit office on Friday slammed Law Commissioner Leda Koursoumba's statement that its report on her office mispresented the situation.
Law Commissioner Professor David Ormerod QC said: "People want and expect clarity and transparency when the courts sentence offenders, but judges face an increasingly difficult task when doing so.
Between 1997 and 2003, he was a part time Law Commissioner at the Scottish Law Commission.
The law commissioner for public law in England and Wales, Nicholas Paines QC, said: "We have recommended that the existing legislation be swept away and replaced with a coherent legal framework, within which each regulator should be driven by the single objective of public protection.
Nicholas Paines QC, Law Commissioner with Responsibility for Public Law, Law Commission
Professor Elizabeth Cooke, Law Commissioner for property, family and trust law, said that a bill would give existing prenup agreements a more solid legal standing.
Nicholas Paines QC, the Law Commissioner leading on the project, said: "Invasive non-native species are a threat to biodiversity.
Law Commissioner, Professor David Ormerod QC said that reforming the law would bring consistency and will bring legislation to all victims who are targeted because of their disability, gender identity, race, religion or sexual orientation.
David Hertzell, the Law Commissioner leading on the project for England and Wales, said the reforms "target businesses that hide all the extras, which are almost certainly what you're going to need to have to get what you thought you were paying for".