It was a scuffle that nobody could win. Mr Justice Peter Kelly picked the fight with his claim that the government was slowly undermining judicial independence. However, many of the country's eminent judges were relieved when Susan Denham, the Chief Justice, stepped in to defuse the row. It was a battle that many influential wigs on the bench felt they could only fare badly in.
Denham's peace-making entente, establishing a new forum between judiciary and...
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