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An Independent And Accountable Judiciary

Author : Soma Ghosh
ISBN : UCAL:B4978887
Genre : Courts
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On Indian judiciary; a study.

Independence Accountability And The Judiciary

Author : Guy Canivet
ISBN : 0903067641
Genre : Law
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This new book explores the important and topical subject of judicial independence and judicial accountability. Contributions from distinguished practitioners and academics place these twin issues within a comparative law perspective, showing how legal systems across the world have adapted to recent developments in this field.

Judicial Independence And Accountability

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ISBN : UVA:X006027221
Genre : Judicial power
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Judicial Independence In The Age Of Democracy

Author : Peter H. Russell
ISBN : 0813920159
Genre : Law
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This collection of essays by leading scholars of constitutional law looks at a critical component of constitutional democracy--judicial independence--from an international comparative perspective. Peter H. Russell's introduction outlines a general theory of judicial independence, while the contributors analyze a variety of regimes from the United States and Latin America to Russia and Eastern Europe, Western Europe and the United Kingdom, Australia, Israel, Japan, and South Africa. Russell's conclusion compares these various regimes in light of his own analytical framework.

Judges Conference On Independence Accountability And Transparency

Author : Malawi Judiciary
ISBN : STANFORD:36105028507833
Genre : Judges
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Judges On Trial

Author : Shimon Shetreet
ISBN : 9781107470064
Genre : Law
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The second edition of Judges on Trial articulates the rules, assumptions and practices which shape the culture of independence of the English judiciary today. Enhanced by interviews with English judges, legal scholars and professionals, it also outlines the factors that shape the modern meaning of judicial independence. The book discusses the contemporary issues of judicial governance, judicial appointments, the standards of conduct on and off the bench, the discipline and liability of judges and the relationship between judges and the media. It is accessible to an international audience of lawyers, political scientists and judges beyond the national realm.

Judicial Independence And Accountability

Author : Sarkar Ali Akkas
ISBN : OCLC:223494348
Genre : Judges
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Democratization And The Judiciary

Author : Siri Gloppen
ISBN : 0714655686
Genre : Political Science
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This title examines the political role of courts in new democracies in Latin America and Africa, focusing on their ability to hold political power-holders accountable when they act outside their constitutionally defined powers. The book also issues a warning: there are problems inherent in the current global move towards strong constitutional government, where increasingly strong powers are placed in the hands of judges who themselves are not made accountable.

Independence And Accountability Of Judiciary

Author : Sarkar Ali Akkas
ISBN : 9843216032
Genre : Judges
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Without Fear Or Favor

Author : G. Alan Tarr
ISBN : 9780804783507
Genre : Law
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The impartial administration of justice and the accountability of government officials are two of the most strongly held American values. Yet these values are often in direct conflict with one another. At the national level, the U.S. Constitution resolves this tension in favor of judicial independence, insulating judges from the undue influence of other political institutions, interest groups, and the general public. But at the state level, debate has continued as to the proper balance between judicial independence and judicial accountability. In this volume, constitutional scholar G. Alan Tarr focuses squarely on that debate. In part, the analysis is historical: how have the reigning conceptions of judicial independence and accountability emerged, and when and how did conflict over them develop? In part, the analysis is theoretical: what is the proper understanding of judicial independence and accountability? Tarr concludes the book by identifying the challenges to state-level judicial independence and accountability that have emerged in recent decades, assessing the solutions offered by the competing sides, and offering proposals for how to strike the appropriate balance between independence and accountability.

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