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  1. Jan 13, 2020 · Lord Lloyd-Jones is the Supreme Court's judge from Wales and a Welsh speaker. He specialises in international law He chaired the Law Commission - which advises the government on which laws need ...

  2. Qualification. The Constitutional Reform Act 2005 sets out the conditions for the appointments of a President, Deputy President or Justice of the Court. That person must have held high judicial office (judge of the Supreme Court, English High Court or Court of Appeal, Northern Irish High Court or Court of Appeal, or Scottish Court of Session) for at least two years, or have held rights of ...

  3. The Court does not give advisory opinions; rather, its function is limited only to deciding specific cases. The Justices must exercise considerable discretion in deciding which cases to hear, since approximately 7,000-8,000 civil and criminal cases are filed in the Supreme Court each year from the various state and federal courts.

  4. Jul 21, 2022 · The U.K. Supreme Court says will hold hearings in October on whether Scotland can call an independence referendum without the consent of the British government LONDON -- The U.K. Supreme Court ...

  5. Jul 21, 2022 · UK Supreme Court (@UKSupremeCourt) July 21, 2022 The case will be heard almost a year before Sturgeon aims to hold the vote, which according to a bill published by the government should take ...

  6. Jul 21, 2022 · The UK Supreme Court said Thursday it will hold hearings in October on whether Scotland can call an independence referendum without the consent of the British government.

  7. Jul 31, 2009 · On Tower UK Ltd (formerly known as Arqiva Services Ltd) (Appellant) v AP Wireless II (UK) Ltd (Respondent) 22 June 2022 [2022] UKSC 18: UKSC 2021/0051: Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Ltd (Appellant) v Ashloch Ltd and another (Respondents) 22 June 2022 [2022] UKSC 18: UKSC 2019/0225

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