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The Rise Of Managerial Judging In International Criminal Law, Maximo Langer Aug 2004

The Rise Of Managerial Judging In International Criminal Law, Maximo Langer

ExpressO

Abstract This article puts the procedure of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in a completely new and previously unexplored light. Rejecting the predominant view of ICTY procedure as a hybrid between the adversarial system of the U.S. and the inquisitorial system of civil law jurisdictions, this article shows that ICTY procedure is best described through a third procedural model that does not fit in either of the two traditional systems. This third procedural model is close to the managerial judging system that has been adopted in U.S. civil procedure. The article then explores some ...


Judicial Dialogue For Legal Multiculturalism, Charles H. Koch Jr. Jul 2004

Judicial Dialogue For Legal Multiculturalism, Charles H. Koch Jr.

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Judicial Activism In A Violent Context: The Origin, Role, And Impact Of The Colombian Constitutional Court, Manuel José Cepeda-Espinosa Jan 2004

Judicial Activism In A Violent Context: The Origin, Role, And Impact Of The Colombian Constitutional Court, Manuel José Cepeda-Espinosa

Washington University Global Studies Law Review

My intention in this overview is to describe generally the origins and impact of the Constitutional Court and its main decisions. I will also provide a general overview of its role within the Colombian system-a comprehensive assessment that has not been fully carried out to date and that obviously requires much more space and time than is available for this specific presentation.


The Advantages Of The Civil Law Judiciary As The Model For Emerging Legal Systems, Charles H. Koch Jr. Jan 2004

The Advantages Of The Civil Law Judiciary As The Model For Emerging Legal Systems, Charles H. Koch Jr.

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.