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  1. Certain decisions can be appealed to the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, either with the permission of the Inner House or, if the Inner House has refused permission, with the permission of the UK Supreme Court. Cases in the Supreme Court can be presented by: an advocate; a solicitor-advocate; a lawyer from another member state of the ...

  2. Jul 20, 2022 · The five supreme court justices were asked to consider whether Lesley Brazel, a music teacher with a continuing contract but who worked only certain weeks of the year, was entitled to 5.6 weeks of ...

  3. The Supreme Court also has "original jurisdiction" in a very small number of cases arising out of disputes between States or between a State and the Federal Government. When the Supreme Court rules on a constitutional issue, that judgment is virtually final; its decisions can be altered only by the rarely used procedure of constitutional ...

  4. Supreme Court Judges are appointed by the President of Israel, from names submitted by the Judicial Selection Committee, which is composed of nine members: three Supreme Court Judges (including the President of the Supreme Court), two cabinet ministers (one of them being the Minister of Justice), two Knesset members, and two representatives of the Israel Bar Association.

  5. Justice of the Supreme Court, The Right Hon Lord Stephens of Creevyloughgare. Sir Ben Stephens became a Justice of the Supreme Court in October 2020. Lord Stephens was educated at Manchester University. He was called to the Bar of Northern Ireland in 1977, the Bar of England and Wales in July 1978 and to the Bar of Ireland in 1996. He took Silk ...

  6. Aug 02, 2022 · The Supreme Court confirmed it had received the application and it was being considered by a panel of three justices. The judges have now delivered their decision and Archie's parents have lost ...

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