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    The Judiciary between Management and the Rule of Law

    Results of the Research Project «Basic Research into Court Management in Switzerland»
    Erscheinungsjahr2016
    Auflage1st edition
    ISBN978-3-0354-1368-7
    SpracheEnglisch
    Seiten229
    ProdukttypE-Book (Judocu)
    Reihe SZJ, 6
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    This publication presents the consolidated results of the interdisciplinary research project «Basic Research into Court Management in Switzerland», which was supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation. It contains contributions relating to key areas in the organisation of the judicial system. It considers fundamental questions of constitutional and political importance relating to supervision and the protection of personal privacy, and also includes research findings on the environment in which the judiciary operates and on its resources, with a focus on caseload management. Furthermore, it tackles the issues of quality in the work of the courts, their organisation and the image of judges and court culture in general. The publication concludes with an appraisal of the results and by identifying the areas where further research may be required.