Weekend Reading: Sir Igor Judge on the Role of the Courts

In August the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales, the appropriately named Sir Igor Judge (pictured left), gave a speech to the 2010 Bench & Bar Conference in Colorado. When British judges speak in the United States, it is almost obligatory that they flag up the shared constitutional history of  both nations. What makes Sir Igor Judge’s speech different is that, having dispensed with a lengthy discussion of the role of Middle Temple Barristers in the founding of the United States, he develops an interesting thesis regarding the constitutional role of the judiciary in both countries. Continue reading “Weekend Reading: Sir Igor Judge on the Role of the Courts”

Weekend Reading: Sir Igor Judge on the Role of the Courts