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The Responsive Judge: International Perspectives

Edited by: Tania Sourdin, Archie Zariski

ISBN13: 9789811310225
Published: July 2018
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Country of Publication: Singapore
Format: Hardback
Price: £109.99

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This book focuses on the changing role of judges in courts, tribunals, and other forums across a variety of jurisdictions. With contributions by international experts in judicial administration and senior judicial figures, it provides a unique comparative perspective on the role of modern judges in a rapidly evolving environment and the pressures of effective judicial administration. The chapters are sourced from a Collaborative Research Network focused on innovations in judging, and sponsored by the international Law and Society Association.

The book provides essential insights and perspectives for judges, judicial officers, and administrators, allowing them to respond to the challenges of the twenty-first century. It is also a valuable resource for legal practitioners and judicial experts, shedding light on the role of the modern judge and the strategies they employ.

Public International Law
Chapter 1. What is Responsive Judging?
Part I: Theoretical and Conceptual Contributions to Responsive Judging
Chapter 2. The Responsive Tribunal: Robust Processes
Fair and Timely Outcomes
Chapter3. Settlement Adjudication and Judicial Responsiveness: The Choice Between a Wide and a Narrow Model
Chapter 4. Do Judges Need to be Human? The Implications of Technology for Responsive Judging
Chapter 5. The High Court and the Cocktail Party from Hell: Can Social Media Improve Community Engagement with the Courts?
Chapter 6. Sustainable Justice, a social responsible focus on innovation in Justice
Part 2: Comparative Approaches to Responsive Judging
Chapter 7. Inside Out or Outside In?: Looking at Judges' Relations with the Public in Canada and China
Chapter 8. Judicial Practice in Action: Court Reform and Responsive Judges in Canada
Chapter 9. Judging in a Therapeutic Way: TJ Audit of Juvenile, Probation and Criminal Procedure law in Pakistan with reference to Therapeutic Design and Therapeutic Application of Law
Chapter 10. The #BlueWhale Challenge to the Indian judiciary: A critical analysis of the response of the Indian higher judiciary to risky online contents with special reference to the BlueWhale suicide Game
Chapter 11. The Responsive Judge: Comparative Perspectives of Korea and Japan
Chapter 12. Mansfield, Atkin, Weinstein: Three Responsive Judges at the Nexus of Law, Politics, and Economy.