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What I Learned From Taking Stress Leave For A Week

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Editorial of February 2018

 by José Igreja Matos, President of the European Association of Judges/Vice-President of the International Association of Judges

Populism and Judiciary

Judicial independence faces today, particularly in Europe, new threats emerging from populist political regimes. 556 more words


The NZBORA and the Noble Dream

Last year, I posted here about a decision of the New Zealand Court of Appeal, Attorney-General v Taylor, NZCA 215, which held that when a court found a statutory provision inconsistent with the… 505 more words

Constitutional Law

Judicial Power and the United Kingdom's Changing Constitution

I recently finished work on a paper that will be published by the University of Queensland Law Journal in December 2017, in a special issue edited by Richard Ekins and Graham Gee on the topic of ‘Reflections on the Rise of Judicial Power’.  372 more words

Constitutional Law

Joni Mitchell Biographer David Yaffe On The Turbulent Path To ‘Reckless Daughter’

Author David Yaffe first encountered Joni Mitchell about a decade ago and it wasn’t long before he fell on her bad side.

Notoriously prickly, the singer-songwriter called him to criticize his word choice in a New York Times interview with her. 830 more words


Joni Mitchell Reveals Battle With Morgellons Disease, Says It Feels Like Being ‘Eaten Alive’

Joni Mitchell is opening up about her health issues in a new biography.

Reckless Daughter: A Portrait of Joni Mitchell, written by author David Yaffe, is giving fans an inside look at the legendary singer/songwriter’s life. 252 more words


Still Not a Conservative

Back in January, Chief Justice Glenn Joyal of the Court of Queen’s Bench of Manitoba gave a very interesting keynote address at the Canadian Constitution Foundation’s Law and Freedom conference. 977 more words

Constitutional Law