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Lord Woolf was Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales. He created the civil procedure rules (CPR), which came into force in 1999.


Lord Wilberforce served as a Law Lord for 18 years, during which he heard 465 appeals, often giving the leading judgment.


Lady Hale is the first female president of the UK's highest court, the Supreme Court. Hale is and forever will be a symbol of progressiveness in the judiciary, and the legal profession.


Lord Scarman the distinguished British lawyer and Judge. He was best known in Britain for conducting the inquiry into the 1981 Brixton riot.


Lord Denning by far the most famous judge who stood with a strong sense of justice and a willingness to do what was right in the face of the status quo, he is rightfully known as the people’s judge.


The judge's function is comparable to that of a referee. He or she works to ensure that all parties follow the rules and that the procedure is fair. He or she does not, however, attempt to influence the outcome. Judges' function is to interpret the law approved by Parliament, and while they aim to be as fair as possible, they can be prejudiced towards their own point of view and make mistakes.


It has frequently been suggested that judges have the ability to ‘overrule' legislation, for example, if they declare that a particular law is incompatible with the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the European Convention on Human Rights while exercising the power granted to them by the Human Rights Act 1998. Some of the important judges whose decisions you will be expected to read are listed above.

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