Loss of capitals in court names

There's going to be a ruling today on whether whole-life sentences for murder are acceptable or whether the European Court of Human Rights should prevail. It's in poor taste, perhaps, that the capitalization in The Guardian was what caught my eye - Joshua Rozenberg's article:
One of the most important sentencing cases in many years comes before the court of appeal on Friday. ... At a broader level, the court will have to decide whether to follow English law or human rights law as declared by the European court in Strasbourg. Chris Grayling, the justice secretary, will certainly be taking a close interest in the outcome. ... The lord chief justice is sitting, of course. On either side of Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd will be two judges who will have hoped they might now be occupying his chair: Sir Brian Leveson, president of the Queen's bench division, and Lady Justice Hallett, vice-president of the court of appeal criminal division. Sitting with them will be Lord Justice Treacy, who succeeded Leveson as chairman of the sentencing council, and Mr Justice Burnett, a well-regarded public lawyer who was counsel to the Princess Diana inquest before he became a judge. ... It was because of a ruling of the European court of human rights delivered last July in a case called Vinter ...
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