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Trends in the Judiciary: Interviews with Judges Across the Globe, Volume One

Edited by: Dilip Das, Cliff Roberson

ISBN13: 9781420099782
Published: January 2014
Publisher: CRC Press Inc
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Hardback
Price: £130.00

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U.S. Supreme Court justices are studied publicly, but scant attention is generally paid to the judges who function daily in other courts of the world. Trends in the Judiciary: Interviews with Judges Across the Globe assembles a collection of interviews conducted by international scholars and researchers. It provides an insider’s perspective of how members of the worldwide judiciary cope with significant legal developments and the issues they face in criminal and procedural law.

The subjects of these interviews administer justice in Australia, Austria, Bosnia-Herzegovina, the Republic of Slovenia, Canada, India, and the United States. Representing a variety of cultures, political environments, and economic systems, the interviewees each discuss their background, education, and career; their judicial role; the major changes and challenges they have experienced; and the relationship between theory and practice. In addition to the candid observations of the interview subject, each chapter provides a brief portrait of the national judicial system and court in which each judge serves.

Continuing the work of the International Police Executive Symposium (IPES) and the CRC Press series Interviews with Global Leaders in Policing, Courts, and Prisons, the book enhances readers’ understanding of the judiciary and opens a dialogue between scholars, researchers, and practitioners. It is a major contribution to the study and practice of judging around the world.

General Interest
Australia: Ann-Claire Larsen
Interview of Magistrate Gregory Andrew Benn,
Regional Magistrate, Kalgoorlie–Boulder
Ann-Claire Larsen
Interview with Senior Judge Stephen McEwen, The Youth Court of South Australia
Daniel King, Andrew Day, and Paul Delfabbro

Austria: Maximilian Edelbacher
Interview with Magistrate Friedrich Forsthuber, President of the Vienna Criminal Court
Maximilian Edelbacher and Peter Kratcoski

Bosnia–Herzogovina: Laurence French
Interview of Judge Hilmo Vucinic, State Court Justice for Bosnia and Herzegovina
Laurence French and Goran Kovacevic

Republic of Slovenia: Meško Gorazd
Interview of Judge Aleksander Karakaš, Criminal Judiciary Department of Maribor District Court, Slovenia
Meško Gorazd

Canada: Richard Parent
Interview of Judge Wally Oppal, Queens Council, Supreme Court of British Columbia
Richard Parent

India: Sankar Sen
Interview of Judge Manmohan Singh, Judge, Delhi High Court, India
Vidisha Barua Worley

United States: Michael M. Berlin
Interview of Judge Robert M. Bell, Maryland Court of Appeals
Michael M. Berlin
Interview of Stephen N. Limbaugh, Jr., District Judge, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Missouri, USA
Diana Bruns and Jeff W. Bruns
Interview of Chief Judge Wilson Rambo, 4th Judicial District Court, State of Louisiana
Robert Hanser
Interview of Judge Eugene C. Turner, Collier County Court, Florida
Cloud Miller and Landon Miller
Interview of Judge Winston P. Bethel, Retired, Chief Magistrate Judge
Catherine A. Jenks

Suggested Guidelines for Interviewers
International Police Executive Symposium (IPES)