The 63-year-old Lord Justice of Appeal will become the fifth chancellor of the university, and is set for a formal inauguration ceremony at the Anglican cathedral in May.
What does LJA stand for?
LJA stands for Lord Justice of Appeal (Court of Appeal of England and Wales; UK)
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- Local Joint Adjustment Board
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- Leduc Junior Athletic Club (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
- Loughborough Junction Action Group (UK)
- Livonia Junior Athletic League (Livonia, MI)
- La Jolla Asset Management (San Diego, California)
- Lawyers and Judges Assistance Program
- Latest Judgments Alert Service (Hong Kong court case publication)
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Sir Thomas Scott Baker was appointed Lord Justice of Appeal in the UK in 2002, Chelva Rajah is senior partner at Tan, Rajah & Cheah and director at the Singapore International Arbitration Centre.
He also rose to become a highly-regarded Lord Justice of Appeal.
She was the first female Lord Justice of Appeal and up to 2004 was the UK's highest-ranking female judge.
He was the son of Sir Mathew Thorpe, a Lord Justice of Appeal and leading expert in family law.
Baker, who marked his 70th birthday during the hearings, is a Lord Justice of Appeal who spent much of his career in the family division, rather than as a coroner, but conducted the hearings briskly and with equanimity.
The Right Honourable Sir Igor Judge, a Lord Justice of Appeal, is Judge Judge.
The former Lord Justice of Appeal, who will question veterans, relatives and medical experts, will today set out his terms of reference for the inquiry.