Judicial independence in context /
- Publication info:
- Toronto, Ont. : Irwin Law, 2010.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
On the Shelf
La montée en puissance des juges : ses manifestations, sa contestation / sous la direction de Mary Jane Mossman, Ghislain Otis ; [conférence organisée par] ICAJ, Institut canadien d'administration de la justice = The judiciary as third branch of government : manifestations and challenges to legitimacy / edited by Mary Jane Mossman, Ghislain Otis ; [conference organized by] CIAJ, Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice.
K 3367 M65 1999
- Judicial independence in context / edited by Adam Dodek & Lorne Sossin.
- Other Authors:
Toronto, Ont. : Irwin Law, 2010
- Local Note:
Osgoodiana copy in original publisher's paperback binding.
- Item Description:
Papers originally presented at a conference entitled "Looking back, looking forward : judicial independence in Canada and around the world" held at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law in November 2007 --P. 14.
- Physical Description:
xix, 641 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of 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.