Going back to an old English case today, in which a horse is deemed to be “plant”. For non-native speakers, this usually means “machinery used in an industrial or manufacturing process”🙂 … Continue reading
In this square by the River Thames, the rule seems to be no people, only dogs!
In the past we have heard about Courts frowning upon high-heeled shoes, and disapproving of shoes with worn soles, but appropriate dress guidelines have recently been extended to banish nightwear.
Today’s post is a thoughtful Monday smile – I wanted to share with you a paper entitled “Banter from the Bench: The Use of Humour in the Exercise of Judicial Functions” by Jack Oakley from Clifford Chance, and Brian Opeskin from Macquarie Law School, Australia.