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The Superior Courts of Common Law

Judicial Activism in Common Law Supreme Courts

9 Of Courts of Justice, and First of General Courts of Common Law and Equity

Comparative reasoning and the making of a common constitutional law: EU-related decisions of national constitutional courts in a transnational perspective

McCLEMENS, John Henry (1905 - 1975), formerly Chief Judge at Common Law, an additional Judge of Appeal, Supreme Court of New South Wales

LUSH-WILSON, Herbert W. (1850 - 1941), KC; JP (Co. Hereford); Common Law Bar; County Court Judge on Circuit 59, 1920–22; of the Exeter and Plymouth County Courts, 1901–20

MORICE, Beaumont (died 1937), Stipendiary Magistrate for Bradford, 1914–34; Barrister-at-law of the Middle Temple; formerly Treasury Counsel for HM Mint at Central Criminal Court and on South-eastern Circuit; formerly Member of London School Board and Chairman of Erith School Board; also Lecturer on Common and Commercial Law at Birkbeck College

BLACKHAM, Robert James (died 1951), Barrister-at-law; Clerk and Hon. Assistant of Worshipful Company of Glaziers and Glass Painters; a Governor of St Bartholomew’s Hospital and of Saint Bride’s Foundation, Fleet Street; late Under Sheriff, City of London; Member of the Court of Common Council, Corporation of London; Trustee CIV Fund; late Deputy Governor the Honourable the Irish Society

FLETCHER, Banister (Flight) (1866 - 1953), architect, surveyor, author, lecturer; Barrister-at-law of the Inner Temple; Past Vice-Pres. and Hon. Sec. of Architectural Association; Hon. Member of the British Academy of Arts at Rome; Hon. Member of American Institute of Architects; Hon. Corres. Member of Société Centrale des Architectes Français; Member of Court of Common Council; one of HM Lieutenants of the City of London; Chairman of the City Lands Committee (Chief Commoner), 1921; Chairman of City of London School, 1914 and 1915; Chairman of Library Committee, 1917; Senior Sheriff of City of London, 1918–19; Chairman of Greater London Regional Planning Cttee 1927–33; Master of the Worshipful Company of Carpenters, 1937


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The Supreme Court is a common‐law court that operates in a system that has little federal common law. Yet its common‐law nature is important to the Court's functioning as a ...

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