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Judge in a Democracy
Judge in a Democracy
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  • ISBN-13: 9780691120171
  • ISBN: 069112017X
  • Publisher: Princeton University Press

AUTHOR

Barak, Aharon

SUMMARY

"This book offers a plethora of intriguing examples of practical reason in the service of an eclectic mix of justice ethically conceived and of law as a body of rules and principles that bind us even when power is lacking to enforce those norms. Few jurists in the world have regularly confronted the kinds of seemingly impossible conundrums that Barak has with amazing frequency managed to turn into surprisingly agreeable outcomes."--Laurence Tribe, Harvard University, author of "American Constitutional Law""A remarkable work by a remarkable jurist. A most important contribution to our understanding of the role of a judiciary in a democracy, this book will be of wide appeal to judges, legal scholars, and law students, as well as political theorists and others interested in the law and legal institutions."--Frank Iacobucci, retired Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada"This book provides a candid and elaborate account by a leading supreme court justice on his craft of judging. Aharon Barak discusses some of the most important (and controversial) jurisprudential questions and demonstrates the ways in which he has put his convictions on these matters into action in shaping Israeli jurisprudence. As such, "The Judge" represents a valuable encounter of legal theory and judicial practice. Judges and scholars associated with new constitutional courts will find the book instructive. American judges and scholars, in turn, will see it as a powerful antithesis to the approach of another prominent jurist, Justice Antonin Scalia of the United States Supreme Court."--Hanoch Dagan, Tel-Aviv University Faculty of Law School, author of "The Law and Ethics of Restitution"Barak, Aharon is the author of 'Judge in a Democracy ' with ISBN 9780691120171 and ISBN 069112017X.

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