Tag: j. a. g. griffith

Book: The Politics of the Judiciary, by J. A. G. Griffith

JAG Griffith, The Politics of the Judiciary (5th edn, HarperCollins 1997), 376pp I can’t help but feel ambivalent about this book. On the one hand, it has a number of flaws, some of which were unavoidable, but which were disappointing either way. On the other hand, the subject matter is significant enough to make it worthwhile […]