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Judge's view on further divergence of laws of England and Wales

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Judge's view on further divergence of laws of England and Wales

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  2. 2. In the Law Society's annual lecture at the Welsh National Eisteddfod, HHJ Milwyn Jarman QC has made some noteworthy observations regarding devolution and the potential divergence in the laws of England and Wales. Request a free trial To access this resource and thousands more, register for a free, no-obligation trial of Practical Law. Register using the button below, telephone +44 (0)20 7202 1220 or e-mail info.practicallaw@thomsonreuters.com. A free trial will give you: ? Unlimited access to Practical Law online know-how ? Thousands of market standard documents and clauses ? Daily alerts and weekly update e-mails on key legal developments in your practice area Register Log in To access this resource, log in below or register for free access. Related content Topics Practice note: overview Practice note Legal update: archive
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