Lord of Appeal


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Lord of Appeal

n
(Professions) Brit one of several judges appointed to assist the House of Lords in hearing appeals
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Lord Hoffmann, a retired senior judge, served as Lord of Appeal from 1995-2009, and is well-known for his lively decisions and willingness to break with convention.
The son of Lord Of Appeal was making his Flat debut and gradually got on top inside the last to beat Holly Tree by four and a half lengths.
And Lord Bingham is in any case no longer a lord of appeal. In short, his Grotius lecture this week may be a powerful piece of legal reasoning.
This was followed by his appointment as Lord of Appeal in Ordinary in 1980, the only Lord of Appeal at the time without a degree.
But here you have got a former Lord of Appeal who, after hearing much evidence, has made a judgement.
Senior appeal judge Lady Justice Hale has been made a Lord of Appeal in Ordinary, Downing Street said.
Danjoeann was ridden by Bowe'stable jockey, Barry O'Neill, who got the son of Lord Of Appeal up to beat Farther Murthy by a length, with a further six lengths back to Denver John.
He was appointed Northern Ireland's Lord Chief Justice in 1998 and became a Lord of Appeal in 1997.
Birthdays: Athlete Sally Gunnell, 34; snooker player Joe Johnson, 48; actress Diana Keen, 54; Lord Scarman, former Lord of Appeal, 89; Lord Weinstock, Chairman Emeritus, GEC, 76.