Reshaping the Judiciary is a special issue (Volume 18 No 1) of the journal Law in Context.
A refreshing perspective on the state of judicial independence and accountability in Australia. If Senator Heffernan has left you feeling that we all need a little more rigour in our approach to understanding and talking about our judges and how they go about their business, then this collection of essays is an excellent starting point. - NSW Bar News, Winter 2002
Table of Contents
Citizenship Theory and the Public Confidence Rationale for the Bias Rule
My People’s Courts as Agents of Indigenous Decolonisation?
Peter H Russell
Can Public Sector Approaches to Accountability be Applied to the Judiciary
The Judicial Commission of NSW: Treading a Fine Line between Judicial Independence and Judicial Accountability
The Magistracy: The Undervalued Work-horse of the Court System