Judicial Independence in Asia

On 14 January, the Nagoya University Centre for Asian Legal Exchange (CALE) and the Graduate School of Law are hosting a webinar on judicial independence in ASEAN. In order to safeguard independent judiciary in any jurisdiction, policymakers have to create adequate frameworks for appointing and promoting judges, as well as securing their independent status. ASEAN memberContinue reading “Judicial Independence in Asia”

Pre-orders now available: The Politics of Court Reform: Judicial Change and Legal Culture in Indonesia

Cambridge University Press will soon publish “The Politics of Court Reform: Judicial Change and Legal Culture in Indonesia”. In this volume, experts on Indonesian law and courts reflect on the growth and changes in the role and function of courts in Indonesia. Indonesia’s judiciary is a critical part of its democratic system. Since the transitionContinue reading “Pre-orders now available: The Politics of Court Reform: Judicial Change and Legal Culture in Indonesia”