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LCJ

abbreviation for
(Law) Lord Chief Justice
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In addition to our activities with LCJ, the IADC consistently provides timely legal education programs dealing with Rule of Law issues involving fairness and balance in the courtroom or dispute resolution tribunal.
The three judges of King's Bench divided on the issue, with Campbell LCJ and Crompton J finding the bond unenforceable, and Erle J dissenting.
(107) See Barry Bauman, 'LCJ White Paper Provides Impetus to New FRCP Initiative' (2010) 18(5) Metropolitan Corporate Counsel 5 <http://www.metrocorpcounsel.com/current.php?artType= view&EntryNo=10925>.
The LCJ confirmed that on October 22 last year, Master Redpath was "stopped by a police officer and found to be over the prescribed alcohol limit for driving".
As Morgan LCJ noted, the Trust had accepted that despite his diabetes, there was 'no medical reason why an adoption application by Mr and Mrs S should not proceed'.
At the Duke Conference, the Lawyers for Civil Justice (LCJ)
Japan-based Shinsei Bank Ltd (LCJ.F), partly owned by US investor J Christopher Flowers, is seeking a merger partner.
1975 First issue of CCL: Canadian Children's Literature / LCJ: Litterature canadienne pour la jeunesse, the first scholarly journal devoted to analytical discussion and review of Canadian children's books.
Fasson Piggyback LCJ Flex Copyback is a real innovation in multi-layer label constructions, developed to meet the needs of end-use markets where there is a need for colour print on the top label layer, but a run length insufficient to justify conventional print.
Brinkman A, Van der Flier S, Kok EM, Dorssers LCJ. BCAR1, a human homologue of the adapter protein p130Cas, and antiestrogen resistance in breast cancer cells.