Judiciaries within Europe: A Comparative Review (Cambridge Studies in International and Comparative Law 47)
By: John Bell (author)Paperback
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An in-depth study, originally published in 2006, of the careers and roles of judges in France, Germany, Spain, Sweden and England, this book is based on original language materials and investigations of judges and judicial institutions in each country. On the basis of these detailed case studies, the book suggests factors that shape the character of the judiciary in different countries, focusing on issues such as women's careers and the relationship between judicial careers and politics. Bell's investigations offer lessons on issues which the English judiciary was having to confront in the period of reform at the time of this book's publication.
1. Introduction; 2. The French judiciary; 3. The German judiciary; 4. The Spanish judiciary; 5. The Swedish judiciary; 6. The English judiciary in comparative perspective; 7. Factors shaping the character of the judiciary.
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