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on 21 February 2015
bought this book second-hand as it was extensively referenced in Gearey et al. Politics of the Common l
Law; love the old edition and it is referenced for a very good reason...
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on 12 December 2007
I would like to say that I just bought this book as ti was recommended for one of the law course. I was expecting it be written in a formal and dull language,one of the kind that easily put you asleep. Hence, this book is written with understandable language, it is intersting to read and, of coursem it is quite useful for the law students
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on 25 August 2015
The politics of the judiciary was a master piece of academic piece, and met my research needs
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on 17 May 2011
POLITICS OF THE JUDICIARY - J A G Griffith A book written at a critical time in labor movement in Britain. The author believed that the judiciary cannot under British legal system be totally independent and neutral. The book caused a stir for being blunt. The authors view was seen as radical morality of author's political leaning even though it was not overt.
He revealed how powerful judges were in the exercise of their judicial powers and how they labor to preserve the interest of the establishment as against labor and trade unions.
In his obituary on May 21, 2010 the Times noted that Politics of the Judiciary was required reading for a whole generation of students of politics and law. Nothing surpasses this apt recommendation even though notable changes have taken place in British politics.
Politics of the Judiciary
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on 30 September 2014
very good read
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on 9 March 2015
Text is rather odd and not the best read.
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on 18 September 2014
excellent product, excellent service
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