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English Judges: Their Role in the Changing Constitution Hardcover – 1 Oct 2002


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...developments are chronicled by Robert Stevens, sometimes Master of Pembroke, and a long-time student of the judiciary, with characteristic elegance, irony and balance. Michael Beloff The Spectator December 2002 The particular strength of Steven's work lies in his ability to offer extensive descriptions of the various debates and actors involved in the controversies surrounding the English versions of the countermajoritarian difficulty in a way which is at once scholarly and accessible. David Fraser, Brunel University The Law and Politics Book Review April 2003

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Robert Stevens is a former Master of Pembroke College,Oxford and a visiting Professor of Law at Yale University.

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