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A valedictory was held for UK Supreme Court justice Lord Kitchin yesterday, ahead of his retirement in September. Lord Kitchin has been a justice since October 2018. Remarks were made by Lord Reed, Iain Purvis KC, Daniel Alexander KC and Lord Kitchin himself who thanked his family and colleagues for

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The UK Supreme Court has launched the first year of its 2023-2026 business plan. The plan details five strategic priorities for the next three years. These priorities are:

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The UK Supreme Court has rejected two unionist legal challenges to the lawfulness of the Northern Ireland Protocol. One of the two challenges, which were heard together last year, was brought by a group of senior unionist politicians led by Traditional Unionist Voice (TUV) leader Jim Allister and in

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Lord Kitchin is to retire from the UK Supreme Court at the end of the legal year, 29 September 2023. He became a Supreme Court Justice in October 2018, making him the fifth-longest serving of the current justices.

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Justices of the UK Supreme Court took part in a virtual exchange with the High Court of Australia this month. The event was part of a series of virtual bilateral meetings with judges globally. Roundtable discussions were led by justices from each delegation on different topics, including the structu

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Legislation creating protest-free buffer zones around abortion clinics in Northern Ireland is compatible with European human rights laws, the UK Supreme Court has unanimously ruled. The Abortion Services (Safe Access Zones) Bill was referred to the court in May by the Attorney General for Northern I

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