Lord Justice of Appeal

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Lord Justice of Appeal

a member of the COURT OF APPEAL. Female members are styled Lady Justice.
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From 2008 to 2011, Lord Justice Lloyd Jones also served as a presiding judge on the Wales Circuit and as chairman of the Lord Chancellor's Standing Committee on the Welsh Language.
The Queen has been pleased to approve the appointment of The Rt Hon Lord Justice Briggs as a Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom upon the retirement of The Rt Hon the Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury in September 2017 with effect from a date to be agreed with the President of the Court.
Lord Justice Gross said: "This was a serious fraud.
Knowledge of the relevant matters is now so widespread that con-fidentiality has probably been lost," said Lord Justice Jackson.
Lord Justice Clarke concluded: "This appeal is dismissed.
Robert Rinder, Lord Justice Leveson, Lady Rae and Mr Mark Mulholland QC with the Steiner Academy Hereford <Bteam and St Philips' barrister Simon Ward
Lord Justice Laws, a Lord Justice of Appeal since 1999, will use his first lecture to discuss the common law and state power at Northumbria University's School of Law.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg is to make his own statement in the House of Commons after Lord Justice Leveson publishes his report into press standards and ethics.
Lord Justice Kitchin's ruling came four months after the European Court of Justice (ECJ) analysed the issue and said transmission of games in pubs could be in breach of European copyright legislation.
Mr Morgan told inquiry chairman Lord Justice Leveson that he had listened to a voicemail message left for Heather Mills - former wife of pop star Sir Paul McCartney.
Lord Justice Leveson went to two parties in the last year at the London home of PR executive Matthew Freud.
However, on Friday the RSPCA successfully challenged that decision in the High Court in London, Lord Justice Pill, sitting with Mrs Justice Rafferty, deciding that delays in the case were not an "abuse of process".