We surely want to know the outcome of the case referred to HERE.
However, we’re very busy attending CPD courses and the like and we can easily miss the delivery of judgment. In any event, there is a tendency for judges to notify the members of the bar of impending judgment and to ignore the solicitors (and of course, the litigants).
The answer is Twitter.
See HERE for the uses of Twitter. Every judge can now have his/her “followers” and indeed, may use Twitter to sample opinion with a view to staying onside any any particularly thorny legal question.
Think how handy it would be to know that the legal profession are sanguine with the proposal to remove the reference to God from the Constitution!
The uses are endless.
When I click on the first link, I am told “Sorry, no posts matched your criteria.”
The reference is to the case mentioned in the post “Taxis”. The case is a Judicial Review in which the State is the applicant; I do not currently have the title to the case. Judgment is awaited in it.