The Advantages of the Civil Law Judicial Design as the Model for Emerging Legal Systems

Koch Jr., Charles H.
January 2004
Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies;Winter2004, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p139
Academic Journal
Explores the advantages of civil law judicial design as the model for emerging legal systems. Use of the design in the selection of career judges; Significance of the design in the judicial control of dispute resolution; Facilitation of the correction of mistakes of fact and law by the written process of the civil law system.


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