Archive: April 2022

Supreme Court of Pakistan

A Global Judicial News Report: April 2022

PICTURED ABOVE: EXTERIOR OF THE SUPREME COURT OF PAKISTAN (GETTY IMAGES SIGNATURE) Hong Kong Two Justices of the United Kingdom have withdrawn from Hong Kong’s final court of appeal, citing […]

A Global Judicial News Report: March 2022

PICTURED ABOVE: BRIGHT SUNFLOWERS IN UKRAINE (GETTY IMAGES SIGNATURE) Ukraine As Russia continues its violent assault on Ukraine, judiciaries around the world are issuing statements in solidarity and to demand […]

Walking Back Human Rights in Europe?

A new study examines minority opinions of the European Court of Human Rights to better understand the court’s trajectory on human rights protections. This summary is excerpted from the introduction […]

United Nations Flags

A Global Judicial News Report: February 2022

Afghanistan Afghan women judges continue to face evacuation challenges New reports on the Afghanistan crisis — the topic of a roundtable discussion in last month’s edition — further detail the […]

Postcard from Jacksonville: Q&A with Judge Virginia Baker Norton

In Judicature International’s Postcard Series, judges from around the world answer a series of questions about the structure of their court, challenges they face, unique experiences, and interactions on the bench. […]

Postcard from Hamm, Germany: Q&A with Judge Julia Dhom

In Judicature International’s Postcard Series, judges from around the world answer a series of questions about the structure of their court, challenges they face, unique experiences, and interactions on the bench. This […]

Leaving Afghanistan

International organizations are working to evacuate Afghan women judges, who face particular peril under Taliban rule.