The International Criminal Judiciary Problems of Judicial Selection, Independence and Ethics

INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF INSTITUTIONS AND PROCEDURES, London: Cameron, pp. 325-390, May 2007

61 Pages Posted: 20 Apr 2010  

Michael Bohlander

Durham University - Durham Law School

Date Written: 2007

Abstract

Looks at judicial recruitment, ethics and independence at international criminal courts and critiques the current law and practice as largely unsuitable for finding the proper persons to sit on the international criminal bench.

Keywords: international criminal courts, judicial recruitment, judicial ethics, judicial independence

JEL Classification: K10

Suggested Citation

Bohlander, Michael, The International Criminal Judiciary Problems of Judicial Selection, Independence and Ethics (2007). INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF INSTITUTIONS AND PROCEDURES, London: Cameron, pp. 325-390, May 2007 . Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1592840

Michael Bohlander (Contact Author)

Durham University - Durham Law School ( email )

50 North Bailey
Palatine Centre
Durham, County Durham DH1 3ET
United Kingdom

Paper statistics

Downloads
150
Rank
160,184
Abstract Views
1,263