Judiciary in South Africa, The (Hard Cover)


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    Edition: 1st Edition
  • Format: Hard Cover
  • ISBN: 9781485106258
  • Extent: 470 Pages
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  • Category: Constitutional Law

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While there have been various studies of the South African courts and their performance, The Judiciary in South Africa is the first publication to provide a general survey of the judiciary as an institution. This book offers a detailed and expert account of all the most important aspects of the judiciary in this country, both now and in the past. Also available in soft cover format.

  • Foreword
  • Editorial note
  • List of contributors
  • Table of contents
  • Table of cases
  • Introduction - Cora Hoexter and Morné Olivier
  • The structure of the courts - Cora Hoexter
  • The judiciary under apartheid - Christopher Forsyth 
  • Transformation and the judiciary - Mtendeweka Mhango
  • Governance and administration of the judicial system - Hassen Ebrahim
  • The selection and appointment of judges - Morné Olivier
  • The Judicial Service Commission - Morné Olivier and Cora Hoexter
  • Judicial accountability - Hugh Corder
  • Judicial diversity - Catherine Albertyn
  • Non-judicial functions and activities - Cora Hoexter
  • The magistracy - Morné Olivier
  • The Constitutional Court - Hugh Corder and Jason Brickhill
  • The Constitutional Court: a judge’s perspective - Kate O’Regan
  • Index

  • Judges and magistrates
  • Academics
  • Politicians
  • Legal practitioners
  • Law school libraries

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While there have been various studies of the South African courts and their performance, The Judiciary in South Africa is the first publication to provide a general survey of the judiciary as an institution. This book offers a detailed and expert account of all the most important aspects of the judiciary in this country, both now and in the past. Also available in soft cover format.

  • Foreword
  • Editorial note
  • List of contributors
  • Table of contents
  • Table of cases
  • Introduction - Cora Hoexter and Morné Olivier
  • The structure of the courts - Cora Hoexter
  • The judiciary under apartheid - Christopher Forsyth 
  • Transformation and the judiciary - Mtendeweka Mhango
  • Governance and administration of the judicial system - Hassen Ebrahim
  • The selection and appointment of judges - Morné Olivier
  • The Judicial Service Commission - Morné Olivier and Cora Hoexter
  • Judicial accountability - Hugh Corder
  • Judicial diversity - Catherine Albertyn
  • Non-judicial functions and activities - Cora Hoexter
  • The magistracy - Morné Olivier
  • The Constitutional Court - Hugh Corder and Jason Brickhill
  • The Constitutional Court: a judge’s perspective - Kate O’Regan
  • Index

  • Judges and magistrates
  • Academics
  • Politicians
  • Legal practitioners
  • Law school libraries

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