Kerry Underwood: 'our legal system is now a tax-raising commercial venture'

Lady justice statue

‘For the first time in any society as far as I am aware, a state’s legal system has gone from being a core part of the central inalienable duties of the state to a tax-raising commercial venture.’



This is premium content

In order to access this content you must be a member of the Civil Litigation Section and logged in.

If you have not registered before, register now to gain access to this content. You must use the email associated with your section membership.

Log in

Not a Civil Litigation Section Member?

Join now

if you require assistance with joining this section, please email us at or call us on 020 733 804