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The role of the European judiciary has, in recent years, undergone a significant upheaval that has led to a realignment of judicial, legislative and executive powers. This exciting new book provides an insider’s perspective on how these changes have affected the practical aspects of life in the European judiciary.
This first book in Elgar’s new series on Judicial Cooperation covers areas central to the evolution of the judiciary’s role, including the protection of its independence, the working conditions of the judiciaries, as well as their relations with outside partners. With great insight, the contributors to this volume explore the shifting role that courts play as both legal innovators and system stabilizers. In order to carry out these roles effectively the judiciary must strive for cooperation: this book makes a valuable contribution to that aim.
Regulating Judicial Activity in Europe will appeal to researchers and graduate students as well as to EU and national officials.