Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
Separation of powers: an overview /Leny de Groot-van Leeuwen and Wannes Rombouts Separation of powers and the roles of the judiciary: a theoretical analysis through an Israeli perspective /Eli M. Salzberger Lessons from the Bulgarian judicial reforms: practical ways to exert political influence on a formally very independent judiciary /Thierry Delpeuch and Margarita Vassileva The separation of powers and threats to judicial independence in the United States /Mark C. Miller The rehabilitation of separation of powers in the UK /Kate Malleson Flexible judges or flexing the political muscle? /Michael Bohlander Pride and prejudice in the judiciary: judicial independence and the Belgian High Council of Justice /Maurice Adams Independence of the Danish judiciary /Ole Hammerslev, Pemille Boye Koch and Michael Gøtze Advisory restraint: the non-political judge in the Dutch Supreme Court /Wannes Rombouts Judicial activism in Italy: conflicting state powers /Laura Peters and Marcello Mastrojeni Controlling the judiciary: how French politicians try to limit the independence of judges and prosecutors /Christian Mouhanna and Benoit Bastard The internal and external organisational conditions for the independence of the judiciary in Portugal /Joao Paulo Dias and Jorge Almeida.
K3173 .S47 2010
Nijmegen, The Netherlands : Wolf Legal Publishers,