The Cambridge Student Law Review has published its inaugural annual review of the Supreme Court Year. The review examines the Supreme Court in 2009-10. The foreward states:

‘The annual review of the Supreme Court will adopt an explicitly institutional focus by reflecting on the Court’s output over an entire legal year (comprising the Michaelmas, Hilary, Easter and Trinity terms) in an effort to identify trends and movements, which may not be immediately apparent by considering a single class or group of cases in isolation from each other.’

The review will no doubt be a valuable contribution to commentary on the Supreme Court.