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Author Stevens, Robert Bocking.
Title The independence of the judiciary : the view from the Lord Chancellor's office / Robert Stevens.
Imprint Oxford : Clarendon, 1993.

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Subject Great Britain. Lord Chancellor's Department.
Judges -- England.
Judicial power -- England.
Law -- Political aspects -- England.
Description 1 online resource (1 texte electronique (xii, 221 pages))
Note Titre de l'ecran titre (visionne le.
Bibliography Note Comprend des ref. bibliogr. et un index.
Summary Using records kept by the Lord Chancellor's office, Stevens charts the progress of the concept of judicial independence through the Victorian era and the early 20th century up to 1963. We are reminded that of all our great institutions the judiciary has been subject to the least scrutiny and reform.
ISBN 9780191682377 (electr.)
0191682373 (electr.)
OCLC # 841016406