“The law reports are replete with examples of important judicial law-making in diverse areas affecting many aspects of our national life.”
So said the Master of the Rolls, Lord Dyson in a recent speech. But for how much longer can this continue?
King Henry II (1133 – 1189): his legal reforms laid the basis for the English Common Law
The “living instrument” of the common law, which has been in continuous development since the reign of Henry II, is …