A Pluralism of Private Courts

23 Civil Justice Quarterly 309-23

15 Pages Posted: 3 Nov 2012

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Andrew J. Cannon

University of Adelaide - School of Law; Münster University; Flinders University - School of Law

Date Written: October 1, 2004

Abstract

Courts prevent conflict by requiring power to be exercised in a principled way. This paper discusses the implications of courts systems moving from a monopoly of power by nation states to emerging private court systems.

Keywords: courts and power, private courts, open justice, judicial independence, legal coherence

JEL Classification: K10, K40, K41, A12, D63, D74, H30

Suggested Citation

Cannon, Andrew James, A Pluralism of Private Courts (October 1, 2004). 23 Civil Justice Quarterly 309-23, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2170264

Andrew James Cannon (Contact Author)

University of Adelaide - School of Law ( email )

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Adelaide 5005, South Australia SA 5005
Australia

Münster University ( email )

Schlossplatz 2 48149
Münster, North Rhiine Westphalia 48149
Germany

Flinders University - School of Law ( email )

Adelaide S.A. 5001
Australia

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