Judicial Politics and Policy-making in Western Europe
Mary L. Volcansek
Psychology Press, 1992 - Law - 158 pages
Focusing on the intersection of politics and law in six western European countries and in two supra-national bodies, the contributors here aim to debunk the myth that judges are merely "la bouche de la loi" and analyze similiarities in policy-making of the judiciaries from one nation to the next.
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