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Judicial Selection and Accountability: Can the New Zealand System Survive?

@inproceedings{Qc1995JudicialSA,
  title={Judicial Selection and Accountability: Can the New Zealand System Survive?},
  author={P. Qc and S. Geoffrey},
  year={1995}
}
It is clear that as the chief expositors, applicators and significant developers of the laws, Judges must be regarded as important. The rule of law is a key constitutional concept in democratic government, even if there is vagueness about the precise content of the notion. The Judges are the custodians of that principle. Several factors in recent years have led the author to believe that new Zealand Courts are moving ever closer to their American counterparts in terms of the extent and nature… Expand
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