A judicial clanger…

Mr Justice Harman, voted by lawyers three times as the “worst judge in Britain”, resigned in 1998. He once, when a female witness said her title was “Ms”, replied: “I’ve always thought there were only three kinds of women: wives, whores, and mistresses. Which are you?” —“Classic judicial clangers” by Gary Slapper in The Times, May 23, 2013 accessed online http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/law/student-law/article3770657.ece   Continue reading A judicial clanger…

Two modules done, more to come…

It’s the time of year when most students are getting the results of their exams — not their resits or resubmissions — but for me it is the time to get the result of my resubmission of the examinable content of the first year of Law with The Open University, W100 – Rules, rights and justice: an introduction to law. I have well and truly passed. And I am over the moon. In due course, the University should issue a Certificate in Legal Studies (Open) to me as well. It is the first step on the road to a Degree … Continue reading Two modules done, more to come…