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Featured Review - Mr Justice McCardie (1869-1933): Rebel, Reformer, and Rogue Judge

At Cambridge Scholars, we are very proud that many of our authors and their publications are critically acclaimed by eminent scholars in their respective fields. We put our authors at the centre of everything we do, and this month we would like to take this opportunity to highlight a particularly noteworthy review.

This month, we are delighted to showcase David Foxton, Q.C.’s review of Antony Lentin’s title Mr Justice McCardie (1869-1933): Rebel, Reformer, and Rogue Judge, which was recently featured as our Book of the Month. David has been consistently ranked as a leading commercial barrister by professional directories, and is currently both a Deputy High Court Judge and a Visiting Professor in Commercial Law at the University of Nottingham. In his review, David judged that “Lentin argues his cause with a passion and skill of which his subject would have been proud.”


"The book is written with verve and enthusiasm, and with exceedingly few errors […] The breadth of research is very impressive. The personal papers of judges generally offer thin gruel, and McCardie’s are no exception. Lentin overcomes this by very thorough research of more extensive collections to glean the passing references to McCardie, and by extensive reliance on contemporary newspapers (national, local and even the boxing periodical The Ring). […] While Lentin and the reviewer hold very different views on McCardie’s merits as a judge, and perhaps on what makes a good judge, Lentin argues his cause with a passion and skill of which his subject would have been proud."

–David Foxton, Q.C., Law Quarterly Review (2017)


To find out more about Mr Justice McCardie (1869-1933): Rebel, Reformer, and Rogue Judge, click here.

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