The Resource Judicial independence in context, edited by Adam Dodek & Lorne Sossin

Judicial independence in context, edited by Adam Dodek & Lorne Sossin

Label
Judicial independence in context
Title
Judicial independence in context
Statement of responsibility
edited by Adam Dodek & Lorne Sossin
Contributor
Subject
Action
committed to retain for EAST
Cataloging source
YDXCP
LC call number
K3367
LC item number
.J826 2010
Nature of contents
  • encyclopedias
  • surveys of literature
  • legal articles
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1964-
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  • Dodek, Adam
  • Sossin, Lorne
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  • Judicial independence
  • Judicial independence
  • Judicial independence
  • Richter
  • Unabhängigkeit
  • Internationaler Vergleich
  • Canada
Label
Judicial independence in context, edited by Adam Dodek & Lorne Sossin
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Foreword: The challenges of judicial independence / Richard J. Goldstone -- Introduction: Judicial independence in context / Adam Dodek & Lorne Sossin -- The bad idea of unwritten constitutional principles: protecting judicial salaries / Peter W. Hogg -- The case for dialogue in the judicial remuneration process / Lori Sterling & Sean Hanley -- Between the judiciary and the executive: the elusive search for a credible and effective dispute-resolution mechanism / Lorne Sossin -- "Be careful what you wish for": administrative independence and alternative models of court administration - the new frontier / Graeme G. Mitchell -- Should they all just get along? Judicial ideology, collegiality, and appointments to the Supreme Court of Canada / Benjamin Alarie & Andrew Green -- Promotion of federally appointed judges and appointment of chief justices: the unfinished agenda / Jacob Ziegel -- Reflections : on judicial diversity and judicial independence / Sonia Lawrence -- Contradictory or complementary? Reconciling judicial independence with judicial social context education / Rosemary Cairns Way -- The significance of public pressure on judicial independence / Patricia Hughes -- Judicial independence as a public policy instrument / Adam Dodek -- The impact of technology on courts and judicial ethics: an overview / Karen Eltis -- Defending judicial independence in the British Constitution / Graham Gee -- Judicial independence and impartiality in the United States? - complexities and a sometime thing / Jameson W. Doig -- Judicial non-dependence: operational closure, cognitive openness, and the underlying rationale of the provincial judges references - the Israeli perspective / Amnon Reichman -- The judiciary in South Africa: independence or illusion? / Penelope Andrews -- Independence and impartiality in international adjudication / Fabien Gélinas -- Further reflections on A place apart: judicial independence and accountability in Canada / Martin L. Friedland -- The media and judicial independence / John Honderich -- Crisis in Pakistan / Robert J. Sharpe & Michelle Bradfield -- Going too far, too fast: judicial independence and political judgment / Janice Gross Stein -- Conclusion: A general theory of judicial independence revisited / Peter H. Russell -- Afterword: Judicial independence in Canada - the evolution continues / Brian W. Lennox
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xix, 641 pages
Isbn
9781552211878
Lccn
2010530728
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)670473824
Label
Judicial independence in context, edited by Adam Dodek & Lorne Sossin
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Foreword: The challenges of judicial independence / Richard J. Goldstone -- Introduction: Judicial independence in context / Adam Dodek & Lorne Sossin -- The bad idea of unwritten constitutional principles: protecting judicial salaries / Peter W. Hogg -- The case for dialogue in the judicial remuneration process / Lori Sterling & Sean Hanley -- Between the judiciary and the executive: the elusive search for a credible and effective dispute-resolution mechanism / Lorne Sossin -- "Be careful what you wish for": administrative independence and alternative models of court administration - the new frontier / Graeme G. Mitchell -- Should they all just get along? Judicial ideology, collegiality, and appointments to the Supreme Court of Canada / Benjamin Alarie & Andrew Green -- Promotion of federally appointed judges and appointment of chief justices: the unfinished agenda / Jacob Ziegel -- Reflections : on judicial diversity and judicial independence / Sonia Lawrence -- Contradictory or complementary? Reconciling judicial independence with judicial social context education / Rosemary Cairns Way -- The significance of public pressure on judicial independence / Patricia Hughes -- Judicial independence as a public policy instrument / Adam Dodek -- The impact of technology on courts and judicial ethics: an overview / Karen Eltis -- Defending judicial independence in the British Constitution / Graham Gee -- Judicial independence and impartiality in the United States? - complexities and a sometime thing / Jameson W. Doig -- Judicial non-dependence: operational closure, cognitive openness, and the underlying rationale of the provincial judges references - the Israeli perspective / Amnon Reichman -- The judiciary in South Africa: independence or illusion? / Penelope Andrews -- Independence and impartiality in international adjudication / Fabien Gélinas -- Further reflections on A place apart: judicial independence and accountability in Canada / Martin L. Friedland -- The media and judicial independence / John Honderich -- Crisis in Pakistan / Robert J. Sharpe & Michelle Bradfield -- Going too far, too fast: judicial independence and political judgment / Janice Gross Stein -- Conclusion: A general theory of judicial independence revisited / Peter H. Russell -- Afterword: Judicial independence in Canada - the evolution continues / Brian W. Lennox
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xix, 641 pages
Isbn
9781552211878
Lccn
2010530728
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)670473824

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