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Haynes offers a comprehensive overview of the factors that determine judicial selection in the United States. Written with input from Pound, Haynes offers a sociological analysis enriched with an impressive body of statistical data. It is also a useful history of the subject from the colonial era to 1943. He examines such factors as class and region affiliation, and whether elected judges are more liberal than their tenured colleagues. The Selection and Tenure of Judges The Judicial Administration Series.
2 TENURE . Judicial tenure and the rule of law . The legal framework should ensure that the selection of lay members does not fall under political control. Duration of judicial appointments . Protection of judicial remuneration. 3 REMOVAL FROM OFFICE . The removal of judges and the rule of law . Substantive grounds of removal . Removal mechanisms. This Compendium on the appointment, tenure and removal of judges in the Commonwealth outlines the various constitutional arrangements in Commonwealth member states, and makes recommendations.
Trends in Judicial Selection in the States. First, merit plan procedures involve lawyers and bar associations prominently in the selection process. Second, by reducing a judge's susceptibility to political pressure, the procedures increase the amount of litigation in the state.
Security of tenure, leaving a judge free from improper influence resulting from an unjustified threat of removal, is generally said to be an important feature of judicial independence in Australia.
Judging by their experience as well as by the frequency with which their . The useful volumes in the series of Service Monographs of the United States.
Judging by their experience as well as by the frequency with which their predecessors have been changed, how secure seems to be their tenure? These are the questions to which this paper is addressed. 2 See especially the impersonal summary in Mayers', Lewis valuable book on The Federal Service (1922), 99–110.
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Evan Haynes, The Selection and Tenure of Judges, pp. 93-94 (1981).
The selection and appointment procedures are not transparent and are not free from abuse
INTRODUCTION Judicial Independence and the Rule of Law The Legacy of the Past and the Judicial Reform Judicial Independence in Russia Today. Judges individually shall be free, and it shall be their duty, to decide matters before them impartially in accordance with their assessment of the facts and their understanding of law without any restriction, influences, inducements, pressures, threats or interferences, direct or indirect, from any quarter or for any reason. The selection and appointment procedures are not transparent and are not free from abuse. Tenure of judges is often not secured and judges can be dismissed for improper reasons.