Aubrey Bishop was more than a judge

Dear Editor,

I hasten to pay tribute to the late Justice Aubrey Bishop, one of the most distinguished and outstanding chancellors the judiciary ever had.

Aubrey Bishop distinguished himself in the legal field because he was not only a judge, he was a learner, an historian and a teacher.

He was a judge who was easily understood and rarely misunderstood, but above all that, his mannerism on the Bench was such as made lawyers comfortable when they appeared before him.
Yours faithfully,
C M Llewellyn John

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