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Ukraine’s Supreme Court: Born Amid Crisis, Now Under Siege

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Judicature International (2023) | An online-only publication

While Ukraine’s highest court has existed for more than a century, its current structure was constitutionally and legally established less than a decade ago. […]

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Mentors for Tayeba Parsa, the Bolch Judicial Institute's inaugural Rule of Law Fellow

Afghan Judge Serving as Inaugural Bolch Rule of Law Fellow

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Vol. 107 No. 1 (2023) | Toward Fairer, Quicker, Cheaper Litigation

Duke Law School welcomed Judge Tayeba Parsa of Afghanistan as the first Bolch Judicial Institute Rule of Law Judicial Fellow in May. Judge Parsa was among 250 women judges in Afghanistan. […]

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Bolch Prize Honors “Swift, Breathtaking” Effort to Aid Afghanistan’s Courageous Women Judges

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Vol. 107 No. 1 (2023) | Toward Fairer, Quicker, Cheaper Litigation

The International Association of Women Judges (IAWJ) received the 2023 Bolch Prize for the Rule of Law during a ceremony in March. […]

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A Global Judicial News Report: May 2023

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Judicature International (2023) | An online-only publication

PICTURED ABOVE: THE COUR DE CASSATION IN PARIS, GETTY IMAGES Ecuador 🇪🇨 Ecuador’s Constitutional Court unanimously rejected challenges to President Guillermo Lasso’s decision to dissolve the nation’s parliament. President Lasso’s move came as he was […]

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A Global Judicial News Report: April 2023

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Judicature International (2023) | An online-only publication

PICTURED ABOVE: BRAZIL SUPREME COURT AT NIGHT (ISTOCK) Brazil 🇧🇷 Brazilian Supreme Court Justice Alexandre de Moraes ordered former President Jair Bolsonaro to testify about riots that occurred on Jan. […]

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Proposed Legal Reforms in Israel: Are Israel’s “Constitutional Conventions” in Jeopardy?

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Judicature International (2023) | An online-only publication

Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s proposal to overhaul the Israel judiciary, first introduced in January 2023, has been met with unprecedented international protests. At the forefront of his proposal are […]

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Unique Civic Education Program Aims to Teach Young People About Courts and Civility

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Judicature International (2023) | An online-only publication

Portrayals of the courts in popular culture often don’t provide a full or accurate picture of how court systems and judges work. Yet they can significantly influence the public’s understanding […]

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A Global Judicial News Report: March 2023

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Judicature International (2023) | An online-only publication

ICC issues arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin, widespread protests in Israel against plan to increase control over the judiciary, and more.

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A Global Judicial News Report: February 2023

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Judicature International (2023) | An online-only publication

Afghanistan 🇦🇫 Roza Otunbayeva, the head of the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA), met with de facto Taliban minister of justice Abdul Hakim Sharai and urged him to renew the licenses […]

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The Impact of the Rule of Law on National Security in African Countries

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Judicature International (2023) | An online-only publication

Research shows that a strong rule of law fosters innumerable societal benefits, including improved living conditions and citizen wellbeing, more robust law enforcement, and economic growth. Another important but perhaps […]

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