Stephen Sedley, 28 April 2011
Show More The Oxford History of the Laws of England 1820-1914: Vol. XI, English Legal System; Vol. XII, Private Law; Vol. XIII, Fields of Development edited by William Cornish et al.
Oxford, 3571 pp., £495, February 2010, 978 0 19 925883 3Show More
“... empire, including four judicial life peers, was modified by his successor as lord chancellor, Selborne, to provide for a new and fully professional court of appeal which would be the last stop for all litigation in England and Wales. But before his bill could become law, Gladstone’s administration lost office, and Sel...”