Sir John Latham's Extra-Judicial Advising
Sir John Latham served as Chief Justice of the High Court from 1935 to 1952, his appointment to the bench following closely on his earlier career in conservative politics. While publicly, Latham's conduct as Chief Justice conformed to the general norms of judicial behaviour - in particular the requirements of judicial independence and impartiality - privately he remained involved in the political world. As this article shows, almost from the beginning of his time as Chief Justice, Latham...[Show more]
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