E45 – The History of the Judiciary (Part 2) (Article)

Today I’ll be reading the second part of an article about the history of the judiciary in England and Wales. The first part read in Episode 44 covered the first 500 years of evolution and today we’ll be covering the next 500 years.

This episode is part of the course English Legal System (module 3): Courts and Tribunals. In future episodes we’ll be giving more detail about each court and tribunal as well as about the people who work in the courts.

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History of the Judiciary of England and Wales

History of the Judiciary of England and Wales

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