European judicial systems 2002: facts and figures on the basis of a survey conducted in 40 Council of Europe Member States
Council of Europe Pub., 2005 - Business & Economics - 137 pages
It is the first time that a report of this kind has been produced in Europe. It contains precise and reasoned information, with detailed figures, facilitating the understanding of how judicial systems work, in order to improve judicial public policies, on behalf of 800 million Europeans. It contains data on some 40 European countries, offering a genuine key to understanding the workings of judicial systems in Europe. Collection and analysis of these essential data should allow decision-makers and the judicial community to identify the main trends in the organization of courts, pinpoint problems, and help to implement reforms to make justice more efficient.--Publisher's description.
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Public Expenditure on Courts and Legal Aid
The Judiciary and the Courts
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