Gunnar Grendstad

Department of Comparative Politics, University of Bergen

N-5008 Bergen

Norway

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Scholarly Papers (3)

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From Backlogs to Quality Assurance. The Development of Law Clerk Units at Norwegian Courts

International Journal for Court Administration, Vol. 11, No. 3, 2020
Number of pages: 17 Posted: 02 Dec 2020
Department of Comparative Politics, University of Bergen, Purdue University, University of Oslo - Faculty of Law and Purdue University
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clerks, judges, decision making, institutionalization

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Institutions that Define the Policy-Making Role of Courts: A Comparative Analysis of the Supreme Courts of Scandinavia

Forthcoming, International Journal of Constitutional Law
Number of pages: 38 Posted: 31 Jan 2023
University of Gothenburg - Department of Law, Department of Comparative Politics, University of Bergen and University of Gothenburg - School of Global Studies
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judicial independence, Scandinavia, supreme courts, judicial politics, judicial review, judicialization, court administration, judicial appointments

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Tilfeldighetsprinsippet i Norges Høyesterett: Fordelingen av Saker Mellom Dommere og Fordelingen av Dommere på Avdeling. En empirisk undersøkelse. (The Principle of Randomness in the Norwegian Supreme Court: The Allocation of Cases to Justices and the Allocation of Justices to the Decisional Panels- An Empirical Examination)

Grendstad, Gunnar, and Jon Kåre Skiple. 2021. "Tilfeldighetsprinsippet i Norges Høyesterett: Fordelingen av Saker Mellom Dommere og Fordelingen av Dommere på Avdeling. En empirisk undersøkelse." Tidsskrift for Rettsvitenskap 134 (1):46-76.
Number of pages: 30 Posted: 14 May 2021
Gunnar Grendstad and Jon Kåre Skiple
Department of Comparative Politics, University of Bergen and NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS
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supreme courts, procedures, randomness, cases, allocation, judges, justices