Monday October 26, 2020

How to court the media

Let us echo the stentorian sentiments of Mr Justice Adrian Hardiman, who last week warned that the standards of court reporting were endangering the public’s understanding of the majesty of the legal system.

29th November, 2008

Let us echo the stentorian sentiments of Mr Justice Adrian Hardiman, who last week warned that the standards of court reporting were endangering the public’s understanding of the majesty of the legal system.

Reporters are not taking the time to fully understand the rigour of their lordships’ reasonings; some leave cases early; and some appear to report on cases in which they haven’t read the entirety of the judgments. A scandalous state of...

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