There are no crystal balls, yet some judges expect planners and policymakers to predict the future anyway.
It’s tough to make predictions,” Yogi Berra warned us. 84 more words
Canadians have long been used to the idea that, as the Supreme Court put it in Re Manitoba Language Rights, 1 SCR 721, “[t]he judiciary is the institution charged with the duty of ensuring that the government complies with the Constitution.” (745) In New Zealand, things are very different of course, because the constitution is not entrenched. 1,923 more words