Professor Christopher Forsyth

Professor Christopher Forsyth is a legal academic who was Sir David Williams Professor of Public Law in the University of Cambridge and is Honorary Professor of Law in the University of Stellenbosch. He is an Academic Bencher of the Inner Temple and a barrister (practising from 4-5 Gray’s Inn Square). He is the author with the late Sir William Wade QC of Administrative Law (OUP, 11th ed, 2014) a standard work relied on by students, scholars and judges across the common law world. His many other publications include The Culture of Judicial Independence: Conceptual Foundations and Practical Challenges (Brill, 2011) edited with Professor Shimon Shetreet and In Danger for their Talents: A study of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of South Africa from 1950–1980 (Juta & Co, 1985).

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