Wynn Jr., James Andrew; Mazur, Eli Paul
February 2004
Albany Law Review;2004, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p775
Academic Journal
Argues that in a diverse society, the ideals sought by the independence/accountability dichotomy are dependant upon and subsumed by the attainment of judicial diversity. Forced dichotomy of independence and accountability; Structural arguments for the importance of judicial independence; Key aspect of judicial independence.


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