Evidence of the Lord Chief Justice before the Constitutional Affairs Select Committee – Judiciary of England and Wales

Posted May 23rd, 2007 in judiciary by traceydennis

“The judiciary is an independent arm of the state and is fundamental to the rule of law. It is not a privilege for the judiciary but is an essential requirement for every citizen to ensure the fair and impartial resolution of disputes. The administrative system that supports the judiciary underpins that independence. Judicial independence cannot exist on its own – judges must have the loyal staff, buildings and equipment to support the exercise of the independent judicial function”

Evidence of the Lord Chief Justice

Constitutional Affairs Select Committee, 22nd May 2007

Source: www.judiciary.gov.uk