Former Lord Justice of Appeal
Sir John Gillen made the recommendation as part of a review of how alleged crimes are dealt with in Northern Ireland courts.
Given that Lord Justice of Appeal
George Leggatt ruled that the company's challenges to the purchase undertaking behind the Sukuk were 'unfounded' and that the agreement was 'valid and enforceable', appealing such ruling will only delay the unavoidable.
He became a Lord Justice of Appeal
in 2012, and from that year until 2015 he was chairman of the Law Commission.
He was appointed as a Lord Justice of Appeal
in July 2003 and became Lord Chief Justice in 2013, taking over from Lord Judge.
After the war Sir Stephen, who is originally from Walsall, began a highly successful career in law, which saw him become a barrister and then judge, becoming a Lord Justice of Appeal
and ultimately President of the Family Division of the High Court of England and Wales.
Lord Justice Laws, a Lord Justice of Appeal
since 1999, will use his first lecture to discuss the common law and state power at Northumbria University's School of Law.
Sir Brian, a Lord Justice of Appeal
who in 1986 became one of the youngest barristers ever to be appointed as a QC, told the ECHO: "I am thrilled to be associated with Liverpool John Moores University and to be back here in Liverpool where I lived for 43 years of my life.
Sir Thomas Scott Baker was appointed Lord Justice of Appeal
in the UK in 2002, Chelva Rajah is senior partner at Tan, Rajah & Cheah and director at the Singapore International Arbitration Centre.
He also rose to become a highly-regarded Lord Justice of Appeal
He was appointed a Lord Justice of Appeal
- the second highest judicial post after the Lord Chief Justice - in October 2006.
He was the son of Sir Mathew Thorpe, a Lord Justice of Appeal
and leading expert in family law.
The former Lord Justice of Appeal
, who will question veterans, relatives and medical experts, will today set out his terms of reference for the inquiry.