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Fighting for Justice
Fighting for Justice
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Fighting for Justice

Common Law and Civil Law Judges: Threats and Challenges
Elizabeth Gibson-Morgan
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Fighting for Justice

Common Law and Civil Law Judges: Threats and Challenges
Elizabeth Gibson-Morgan
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This is a time when the rule of law is seriously challenged, when governments threaten deliberately to break the law, and the independence of justice is jeopardised by unrelenting pressure from both the executive and the media. This book aims at contributing to restoring trust in judges as custodians of the law and justice, through a comparison between Civil and Common Law countries. It offers a rare opportunity to gather the expertise of eminent judges and legal authorities from five different countries, providing a unique insight into their work and the way they deliver justice based on their respective professional experience and practise of the law. Far from being a highly technical debate between experts, however, the book is accessible to students and the general public, and raises important contemporary legal issues that involve them both as citizens, with justice as a shared aspiration, and a common attachment to the rule of law.

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Publisher
University of Wales Press
Year
2021
ISBN
9781786837486
Topic
Law
Subtopic
Civil Law
Edition
1

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