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Lord Reed has been installed as the new President of the Supreme Court. Lord Reed was sworn in at a ceremony in London this morning, where he was “especially pleased to see here so many of my former colleagues of the Scottish bench and bar”.

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Lady Hale has listed her 'Desert Island Judgments' in an interview with The Guardian. The former Supreme Court President, who has been succeeded by Lord Reed, cited the prorogation case as her top one.

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The Supreme Court is hosting a special open day this month to mark its tenth anniversary. The court has featured regularly in the news in recent months, and this is a unique opportunity for members of the public to come and explore the UK’s highest court in person, learn about what goes on beh

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The Supreme Court is offering school pupils the opportunity to have a live question and answer session with a justice from their own classroom. Applications for the Ask a Justice programme will close on the 15th November 2019 and the successful candidates will be contacted in December.

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Via @UKSupremeCourt: "The Supreme Court’s historic first sitting in Wales is now complete. It has been a wonderful week, particularly as so many people were able to come and observe the court in action. We’re off back to London now but thank you for all the hospitality Cardiff. Until ne

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Her Majesty The Queen has approved the appointment of Lord Reed as the next president of the UK Supreme Court. Lord Reed will succeed Baroness Hale of Richmond as president, alongside three additional appointments as justices.

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The UKSC Blog, a joint collaboration between CMS and Matrix Chambers, has launched its new podcast series, First Impressions. The UKSC Blog was founded in 2009 and, over the last decade, has covered every appeal considered by the UK Supreme Court during that period.

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The Supreme Court will sit in Wales for the first time when it arrives in Cardiff next month to hear three cases. The court hears appeals on arguable points of law of general public importance, concentrating on cases of the greatest significance.

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The UK Supreme Court will sit in Wales for the first time in July 2019. The court will sit in the Ty Hywel building in the National Assembly in Cardiff for four days of hearings from 22-25 July 2019, whilst the Assembly is in recess.

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