Fighting for Justice

Common Law and Civil Law Judges: Threats and Challenges

Golygydd(ion): Elizabeth Gibson-Morgan

Iaith: Saesneg

Dosbarthiad(au): Gwyddorau Cymdeithasol a'r Gyfraith

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List of Abbreviations
Introduction: Judges’ common threats and challenges, Elizabeth Gibson-Morgan
Part One: Judicial Independence
Chapter One: Reflections on judges in civil law and common law countries, Lord Judge
Chapter Two: A Customary Scale of Punishment; Judicial Sentencing in England and Wales, Victor Bailey
Chapter Three: National perceptions of Judges and Lawyers in the UK, Matthias Kelly
Chapter Four: Judicial independence in Spain, Ana Maria Neira-Pena and David Soto Diaz
Part Two: Judicial Diversity
Chapter Five: Diversity and Judicial Independence in Denmark, Peter Gjørtler
Chapter Six: Diversity and Judicial Independence in Quebec and Canada, Michel Morin
Part Three: Access to Justice
Chapter Seven: Judging access to justice: the case of the United Kingdom and France, Géraldine Gadbin-George
Chapter Eight: Demystifying the laws and the work of judges in Wales, Milwyn Jarman
Part Four: Judicial training reform
Chapter Nine: The status and influence of judges of France and of common law jurisdictions: Recruitment, training and reform, Winston Roddick
Chapter Ten: The Declaration of Judicial Training Principles: Judicial Training ‘as part of the judicial role’, Benoît Chamouard
Conclusion: Elizabeth Gibson-Morgan

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