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Reshaping the Judiciary

Reshaping the Judiciary

Edited by Chris Corns

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Reshaping the Judiciary is a special issue (Volume 18 No 1) of the journal Law in Context. The contents are listed below. You can read the abstract for each chapter by clicking on its title.

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CONTENTS

Citizenship Theory and the Public Confidence Rationale for the Bias Rule
Margaret Allars
My People's Courts as Agents of Indigenous Decolonisation?
Peter H Russell
Can Public Sector Approaches to Accountability be Applied to the Judiciary
Elizabeth Handsley
The Judicial Commission of NSW: Treading a Fine Line between Judicial Independence and Judicial Accountability
Ivan Potas
The Magistracy: The Undervalued Work-horse of the Court System
John Willis

REVIEWS

A refreshing perspective on the state of judicial independence and accountability in Australia. If Senator Heffernan has left you feeling that we all need a little more rigour in our approach to understanding and talking about our judges and how they go about their business, then this collection of essays is an excellent starting point.

NSW Bar News, Winter 2002

   

Published August 2001
Publisher The Federation Press
Paperback/168pp
ISBN 9781862873650
Australian RRP $33.00
International Price $30.00
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