The limits of judicial authority

The limits of judicial authority

 

There has been a good deal of discussion of late about the notion of judicial overreach, the suggestion being that "judicial power" needs to be more carefully confined than it has been in the recent past. In this talk, Mark Elliott, while acknowledging that there must be, or are, limits to judicial power, will critically examine and challenge the argument that the courts are guilty of significant overreach.  Mark is introduced by Richard Hermer QC.

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Author: Prof Mark Elliott

Publication date: November 3 2016