Judging The Judges

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19971003]

In three conversations with leading judges, Professor Simon Lee examines the role of the senior judiciary. 1: Lord Woolf

Producer Sean Curran. Editor Brian Walker

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971003]

Unknown: Professor Simon Lee

Producer: Sean Curran.

Editor: Brian Walker

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971010]

In a series of three conversations with leading judges, Professor Simon Lee examines the role of the senior judiciary. 2: Lord Browne-Wilkinson

When and how should judges develop law to resolve moral dilemmas?

Producer Sean Curran. Editor Brian Walker

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971010]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19971017]

The last of three conversations with leadingjudges in which Professor

Simon Lee examines the role of the senior judiciary. Lord Bingham

Why does the criminal justice system influence so many of our attitudes to the whole legal system?

Producer Sean Curran. Editor Brian Walker

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971017]

Unknown: Simon Lee

Producer: Sean Curran.

Editor: Brian Walker

197D0119971003

In a series of three conversations with leading judges, Professor Simon Lee examines the role of the senior judiciary at a time of constitutional and political change.

1: Lord Woolf.

Over the past three decades, senior judges have increasingly become referees in disputes between citizen and government.

The Master of the Rolls talks about how expected constitutional change will affect the judges' roles.

197D0219971010

In a series of three conversations with leading judges, Professor Simon Lee examines the role of the senior judiciary at a time of constitutional and political change.

2: Lord Browne-Wilkinson.

When and how should judges develop law to resolve moral and ethical dilemmas?

197D0319971017

The last of three conversations with leading judges in which Professor Simon Lee examines the role of the senior judiciary at a time of constitutional and political change.

Lord Bingham.

Why does the criminal justice system influence so many of our attitudes to the whole legal system?