Court of Appeal judges told to stop writing uneccesarily long judgments

//Court of Appeal judges told to stop writing uneccesarily long judgments

Court of Appeal judges told to stop writing uneccesarily long judgments

Court of Appeal judges have been told to stop unnecessarily long judgments and replace them with more concise rulings. The idea was revealed in a new “short judgement” by Lady Justice Rafferty, which was just 24 paragraphs long and ran to fewer than 1,200 words.

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