Lord-chief-justice



noun
1.
the presiding judge of Britain’s High Court of Justice, the superior court of record for both criminal and civil cases.
noun
1.
the judge who is second only to the Lord Chancellor in the English legal hierarchy; president of one division of the High Court of Justice

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