LJ

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LJLaser Jet (Hewlett Packard)
LJLive Journal (website/service)
LJLibrary Journal (periodical)
LJLjubljana, Slovenia (license plate)
LJLarry Johnson (basketball player)
LJLa Jolla
LJLoja (Portuguese: store; postal usage)
LJLong Jump
LJLeBron James (basketball player)
LJLearning Journey (Singapore)
LJLord Justice
LJLinux Journal
LJLittle John
LJLowenstein-Jensen
LJLashkar i Jhangvi
LJLife Jacket
LJLine Judge (football)
LJLove Jones (band)
LJLeroy Jenkins (composer/musician)
LJLuke Jackson (NBA Player)
LJLight Jockey (gaming)
LJLichtjahr (German: lightyear)
LJLapse in Judgment
LJLaskar Jihad (Indonesian terrorist group)
LJLos Juimos (Chilean slang: off we go)
LJLewiston Journal
LJLegendary Jedi (Dark Forces 2: Jedi Knight Clan)
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Lord Justice Lloyd Jones was called to the Bar in 1975 (Middle Temple).
Lord Justice Lloyd Jones, 65, was appointed to the High Court in 2005, and was chairman of the Law Commission from 2012 to 2015.
But Lord Justice Gross said: "The guideline was rightly applied by the judge.
"Knowledge of the relevant matters is now so widespread that con-fidentiality has probably been lost," said Lord Justice Jackson.
Lord Justice Laws has been responsible for highprofile constitutional law cases including that between so-called 'metric martyr' Steven Thoburn against Sunderland City Council.
Lord Justice Leveson's 2,000-page report is being unveiled today.
Lord Justice Leveson was told that Mr Morgan became the News of the World's youngest editor in 1994 at the age of 28 and went on to edit the Daily Mirror between 1995 and 2004.
Labour MP Chris Bryant said: "This makes it very difficult to see how Lord Justice Leveson can be seen to be independent."
Lord Justice Pill said on Friday that the trainer had made "concerted efforts" to "avoid and hide from" an RSPCA inspector, who made repeated attempts in June, July, August, October and November 2007 to speak to him face to face.
The judges include Lord Justice Colman Treacy, best known for presiding over the criminal trials of Stephen Lawrence's killers and Afghan warlord Faryadi Sarwar Zardad.
The crimes took place in the 1980s, when Davies was in his twenties and his boy victim was aged just seven or eight, Lord Justice Treacy said.
But the bid was blocked by judge Lord Justice Briggs who ruled it was down to an individual to decide what to wear and what to use.