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This volume The Culture of Judicial Independence in a Globalised World is an academic continuation of the previous three volumes: Judicial Independence: The Contemporary Debate , edited by Professor Shimon Shetreet and Chief Justice Deschenes (Brill/Nijhoff, 1985), The Culture of Judicial Independence: Conceptual Foundations and Practical Challenges , edited by Professor Shimon Shetreet and Professor Christopher Forsyth (Brill/Nijhoff, 2012), and The Culture of Judicial Independence: Rule of Law and World Peace edited by Professor Shimon Shetreet (Brill/Nijhoff, 2014). This volume offers papers and studies by academics, judges and practitioners from many jurisdictions on judicial independence - both national and international.
Includes index. "This volume, Culture of Judicial Independence in a Globalized World, is based on the papers presented at the four conferences held in the framework of The International Project on Judicial Independence" --Preface. Includes texts of the international standards on judicial independence: Mt Scopus International Standards of Judicial Independence, Global Code of Judicial Ethics, The New Delhi Code of Minimum Standards of Judicial Independence (Adopted by the IBA New Delhi Convention 1982), Universal Declaration on the Independence of Justice."
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Preliminary Material / Shimon Shetreet and Wayne McCormack Introduction / Shimon Shetreet and Wayne McCormack The Impact of International Law on Judicial Independence in Domestic Law: The Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights / Shimon Shetreet Reflections on Judicial Independence / Marcel Storme Judicial Independence and Judicial Accountability: Two Sides of the Same Coin / Sophie Turenne Judicial Independence in Italy / Giuseppe Franco Ferrari Administrative Justice and the Independence of the Judiciary / Graham Zellick Limits of the Law / Esther Hayut The Presence of Religious Symbols in Public Schools: The Attitudes of Italian Courts Between Historical Legacy and Protection of Minority Beliefs / Daniela Cavallini The Dark Side of Counter-Terrorism: The Argument for a More Enlightened Approach Based on a Constitutional Law Paradigm / Arianna Vedaschi Judicial Creativity in Australia and Implications for Judicial Independence / H.P. Lee Judicial Independence Without Power: Norms in Search of Law / Wayne McCormack Conflict of Interests as an Exclusionary Factor in the Judicial Nomination Process / Sergey Nikitin Attaining Justice for Foreign Parties in Domestic Courts / Fryderyk Zoll The Role of the Legal Profession in Protecting Judicial Independence / Jennifer Temkin Relations Between Top Courts and Supra-National Courts / Shimon Shetreet Constitutional Review by the Brazilian Supreme Court: The Case of Civil Arrest / Ada Pellegrini Grinover Judicial Independence in Albania: Challenges in an EU Candidate Country / Teuta Vodo To Ignore or Not to Ignore: A Silly Debate in the U.S. Supreme Court? / Wayne McCormack Use of Foreign Law by the U.S. Supreme Court / Jonathan L. Entin The Foreign Party's Choice Between Arbitration and Court Litigation / Neil Andrews Legal Aspects Regarding Foreign Parties in Austrian Civil Courts / Walter H. Rechberger State Liability for Judicial Wrongs: Impact of Rulings of the European Court of Justice and Debate in Italy / Daniela Cavallini The Expatriate Judges and Rule of Law in Hong Kong: Its Past, Present and Future / Lin Feng Resolving Cross Country Tax Disputes in Cases of International Economic Double Taxation / Yitzhak Hadari Citizens and Aliens in U.S. Courts / Wayne McCormack Addressing the Otherness of Hispanic Immigrants in Florida Criminal Courts / George W. Maxwell Amendments to the Mt. Scopus Standards (Moscow Conference, Osnabrueck Conference and Bologna and Milan Conference) / Shimon Shetreet Towards a Global Code of Judicial Ethics / Shimon Shetreet Appendix I: Mt. Scopus International Standards of Judicial Independence Consolidated Version / Shimon Shetreet and Wayne McCormack Appendix II: Global Code of Judicial Ethics / Shimon Shetreet and Wayne McCormack Appendix III: The New Delhi Code of Minimum Standards of Judicial Independence (Adopted by the IBA New Delhi Convention 1982) / Shimon Shetreet and Wayne McCormack Appendix IV: Universal Declaration on the Independence of Justice / Shimon Shetreet and Wayne McCormack Index / Shimon Shetreet and Wayne McCormack.
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Print version: Culture of judicial independence in a globalised world Leiden ; Boston : Brill Nijhoff, 2016