"It is absolutely necessary for the successful functioning of the Rule of Law that the Judiciary be elected." E. Wilson. Discuss.
Judicial selections, either by election or appointment, are presently the most common methods of choosing judges. There is much debate over whether judges should be independent arbiters of legal principle or should be held accountable to the electorate.1 Intrinsic tensions, in the choice of a particular selection method, can have deleterious effects on the justice system.2 The decision on whether it is more practical to have judicial independence or judicial accountability may be determined by the actual role a judge performs. But what is the perceived role of judges and does this role lea…
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