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On Responsive Judging

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Judicature International (2024) | An online-only publication

Judges are not constitutional theorists. Their role is a practical one: to provide impartial justice to parties in a particular case. […]

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A Global Judicial News Report: June 2024

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Judicature International (2024) | An online-only publication

Cover Photo: The Court of Final Appeal Building, Hong Kong (Wikimedia, Creative Commons) In June 2024, three foreign judges announced their resignation from the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal, […]

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A Global Judicial News Report: May 2024

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Judicature International (2024) | An online-only publication

Poland officially exits Article 7; Israel contests ICJ ruling; Ukraine makes anti-corruption progress; South Africa’s Jacob barred from election, and more.

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In Conversation About the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum’s New Mass Atrocity Prevention Training

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Judicature International (2024) | An online-only publication

The new online course “Lessons in Leadership: Criminal Justice Approaches for Preventing Mass Atrocities” emphasizes accountability and ethical decision-making.

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In Conversation with Stephen Gageler, Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia

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Judicature International (2024) | An online-only publication

Chief Justice Gageler speaks about his role and potential solutions to a few complex — and often global — problems that face the Australian judiciary.

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A Wartime View from Ukraine’s Supreme Court

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Vol. 107 No. 3 (2024) | Justitia

PICTURED ABOVE: Ukraine’s Supreme Court Building in Kyiv. (Alamy.com) February 24, 2024, marked two years since Russia’s large-scale invasion of Ukraine, the largest attack on a European country since World […]

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A Global Judicial News Report: Feb. 2024

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Judicature International (2024) | An online-only publication

Cover Photo: France’s Cour de Cassation (Photo Credit: Dorin Tamas) Courts of Cassation, like the one in France, are high courts that exist in some legal systems. Unlike a supreme […]

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A Global Judicial News Report: Jan. 2024

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Judicature International (2024) | An online-only publication

Cover Photo: The Sandra Day O’Connor United States Courthouse in Phoenix, AZ (Getty Images Signature) The 2023 year-end report by U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts featured as the cover image […]

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A Global Judicial News Report: Dec. 2023

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Judicature International (2023) | An online-only publication

Cover Photo: The Superior Electoral Court of Brazil (Public Domain) With a few limited exceptions, the Superior Electoral Court (Brazilian Portuguese: Tribunal Superior Eleitoral) is the highest court of appeal […]

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Judges in the U.S. and India Cultivate a Shared Commitment to Lifelong Learning

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Judicature International (2023) | An online-only publication

U.S. and Indian judges unite in judicial education exchange programs focused on terrorism, cybercrimes, and human trafficking.

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