Judicial Independence in Context
Available in the Osgoode Hall Law School Library
Judicial Independence in Context is a collection of essays by leading scholars, lawyers, and judges that examines both the theory and practice of judicial independence in Canada and around the world. Contributors assess the legacy of the Supreme Court of Canada’s controversial landmark decision in the Provincial Judges Reference while other essays address the need for institutional reform in Canada outside the salary remuneration setting in the areas of court administration and judicial appointments. The book also examines linkages between judicial independence and other issues such as diversity, social context education for judges, public criticism of judges, public policy, and technology. Other contributions examine issues of judicial independence in the United Kingdom, the United States, South Africa, Israel, and Pakistan.
Judicial independence; Canada; Israel; Judiciary; Separation of Powers; South Africa; United States; Courts; Judges
Dodek, Adam M. and Sossin, Lorne, "Judicial Independence in Context" (2010). Books. 145.