Some articles on lord justice, justice, lord:
... August 25, 1390) was a prominent Irish nobleman in the Peerage of Ireland and Lord Justice of Ireland ... the insurrection in 1339 of the O'Dempsies in Leinster and in November 1346, with the Lord Justice Bermingham, forced the O'Mores to submit and give hostages for their future good behaviour ... On March 30, 1360, he was constituted Lord Justice of Ireland with an annual salary of £500 sterling ...
... Pompidou, then president of the European Patent Office (EPO), wrote to Lord Justice Jacob to say that while clarification of certain issues relating to ... the Board considered that “ The "technical effect approach" endorsed by Lord Justice Jacob in the Aerotel/Macrossan judgement (...) seems to be rooted in this second ordinary meaning of the term invention, a ...
... Lord Justice Hughes, became a Lord Justice of Appeal and Vice-President of the Criminal Division on 24 April 2006, following the retirement of Lord Justice Rose ... appointed a QC in 1990, and a judge of the High Court of Justice, Family Division, from 1997 to 2003 ...
... The first of these was proposed by Lord Justice Bowen in The Moorcock ... The officious bystander test derives its name from the judgment of Lord Justice Mackinnon in Shirlaw v ... Ltd but the test actually originates in the judgment of Lord Justice Scrutton in Reigate v ...
... The Lord President is the president of the First Division, and the Lord Justice Clerk is the president of the Second Division ... Lord Gill (Lord Justice General and Lord President of the Court of Session) 02017-02-2525 February 2017* 02001-11-01November 2001 01994-01-011994 10 !First 2 Carloway ... Lord Carloway (Lord Justice Clerk) 02024-05-2020 May 2024 02008-08-01August 2008 02000-02-01February 20 ... !Second 3 Eassie, The Rt Hon ...
Famous quotes containing the words justice and/or lord:
“For sovreign powr reign not alone,
Grace is the partner of the throne;
Thy grace and justice mighty Lord,
Shall well divide our last reward.”
—Isaac Watts (16741748)
“Youre no feminist.
You have it in for women, she believes.
Kipling invokes You as Lord God of Hosts.
Shed like to know how You would take a prayer
That started off Lord God of Hostesses.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)