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"Over the past three decades, the UK has moved toward a 'legal' Constitution. This development highlights the overwhelming need for a diverse judiciary."

any ideas or pointers? thanks in advance
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A legal constitution is the highest authority where countries have written constitutions.

In these type of constitutions supreme courts interpret the constitution, have formal separation of powers. Could it be said that the UK's Constitution is entirely based on law? Perhaps you could research these US judge to see if they are more diverse than the UK's.
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