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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Lord Justice Brooke, Lord Justice Latham and Lord Justice Neuberger swapped the Supreme Court on the Strand in London for a week in Birmingham city centre's Bull Street courtrooms.
Early last month, Lord Justice Brooke ruled that 16year-old Shabina Begum was unlawfully excluded from a Luton secondary school for wanting to wear a full-length jilbab gown to class.
Last July, Lord Justice Neuberger and two other judges refused to allow a group of exiled Indian Ocean islanders to return home.
In February 2000, Lord Justice Latham and two other senior judges decided that UK Home Secretary Jack Straw had acted unlawfully in refusing to disclose a medical report on former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet.