Celebrating a judge who left his mark on construction
Apparently, when asked to identify a living artist, the best most of us can do is to name Rolf Harris. Would we fare any better if called upon to name a living judge? The judiciary do hit the headlines from time to time, but usually for the wrong reasons. Although the offending words of their misguided judgments (or the salacious details of their nocturnal escapades) may be discussed, Harry Enfield-style, in public houses across the country, their names are quickly forgotten. Lawyers ...
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