Lord Denning: A life of law

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Offline riaduzzaman

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Lord Denning: A life of law
« on: January 27, 2013, 10:43:58 PM »


 
Lord Denning: A life of law
Lord Denning’s judgments were described as "models of simple English".  Lord Denning was perhaps the greatest law-making judge of the century and the most controversial. His achievement was to shape the common law according to his own highly individual vision of society.
In seeking justice Lord Denning, considered himself entitled to get round - or even change - any rule of law that stood in his way. There was no need to wait for legislation. "Parliament does it too late," he argued. "It may take years and years before a statute can be passed to amend a bad law.”The judge ... should make the law correspond with the justice that the case requires."
We hope our law students will show the same spirit and courage to ensure justice in this country.
Md.Riaduzzaman
Sr. Lecturer, Department of Law
Daffodil International University
Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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Re: Lord Denning: A life of law
« Reply #1 on: January 28, 2013, 11:30:49 PM »
I also agree with you, sir. The Judges can ensure justice. If they become corrupt then the justice will fail. Unfortunately we are going through this. we should over come this and ensure justice.

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« Reply #2 on: January 29, 2013, 11:04:17 PM »
one right person can born 10 right person & 10 can 100.....so we, the young law members can establish a corrupted free judiciary system in our country

Offline Farhana Helal Mehtab

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Re: Lord Denning: A life of law
« Reply #3 on: January 30, 2013, 11:43:11 AM »
But dear all before doing any great things specially related with law & order you have to make yourselves qualified first. To fulfill our dreams we have to learn, we have to educate ourselves properly. Lord Denning, was a British lawyer and judge. He gained degrees in mathematics and law at Oxford University. He then began his legal career, distinguishing himself as a barrister and becoming a King's Counsel in 1938. Denning became a judge in 1944 with an appointment to the Family Division of the High Court of Justice and was made a Lord Justice of Appeal in 1948 after less than five years in the High Court. He became a Lord of Appeal in Ordinary in 1957 and after five years in the House of Lords returned to the Court of Appeal as Master of the Rolls in 1962, a position he held for twenty years. Even in retirement,he worked hard.  In retirement  he wrote several books and continued to offer opinions on the state of the common law through his writing and his position in the House of Lords. So dear all, if you groom yourself properly in law arena, you can make your dream comes true.

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