Tag Archives: Judicial

Judging Judicial Minimalism

The Court avoided the issue of partisan gerrymandering yesterday by remanding Gill v. Whitford on standing grounds. A number of commentators have noticed the Court's recent minimalism. Garret Epps asserts that the “Court so far has taken every possible opportunity … Continue reading

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Judicial Council of BC – Notice to the Profession Calling for Judicial Justice Applications

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CFP: Judicial Diversity in Transnational Cts. – AALS Annual Meeting – New Orleans, LA

The AALS Sections on European and African Law presents Judicial Diversity in Transnational Courts, on Jan. 2-6, 2019 at the AALS Annual Meeting in New Orleans, LA. To be considered for the panel, submit a title and abstract (300 words … Continue reading

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Supreme Court of Canada decision: Religious Judicial Review

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Deliberations of Judicial Services Commission must be revealed

The Constitutional Court has held that the private deliberations of the Judicial Services Commission in exercising its mandate to appoint judges must be disclosed as part of the record of proceedings when a decision is challenged. The judicial candidates are … Continue reading

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