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This volume researches the underlying issues in the education of judges through a comparative analysis of experience across the common law world. It explores the need for judicial education and how it should be provided, arguing that it is a distinctive process, owing to the doctrine of judicial independence and a number of educational considerations. A model approach is offered for educating judges, and the author provides analysis, insights and practical assistance for judges and educators to guide future endeavour.