What's worse? you have no choice but to read them. Unless you are one of my fellow students who will read the wikipedia page and think that is sufficient, but that's a blog post for another day!
|We all dread judgement day|
Law is one of the few professions where academia and practice are still almost inseparable. As common law is created every day, any judge can find him or herself creating something that will face academic scrutiny. Apart from the necessity of giving a fair judgement, its this academic scrutiny that risks makes judges over compensate in order to satisfy the academics.
|Another generic judgement related |
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We will never have members of the public reading legal judgements for enjoyment, but if we want to improve access to justice these judgements need to satisfy these ABC's.
What i am trying to say is; Fair Outcome, Access to Justice, and Academia should be prioritised in that order.
Inspiration taken from http://www.guardian.co.uk/law/2011/mar/23/master-of-the-rolls-simple-judgment