|Title||The judicial process in comparative perspective|
|Author||Mauro Cappelletti ; foreword by Sir Jack Jacob ; edited with the collaboration of Paul J. Kollmer and Joanne M. Olson|
|Imprint||Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1989|
|Descript||xxxiii, 417 p. ; 23 cm|
The Evolving role and responsibility of judges: The Law-making power of the judges and its limits -- Who watches the watchmen? -- The Expansion and legitimacy of judicial riview: Judicial review in comparative perspective -- The 'mighty problem" of judicial review -- Repudiating montesquieu? the expansion and legitimacy of 'constitutional justice'-- Social justice and the public interest: new challanges for the judiciary: Access to judiciary remedies in civil litigation: comparative constitutional, international, and social trends -- Vindicating the public interest through the courts -- Promoting legal integration through the courts: The Judicial branch in the federal and transnational union: its impact on integration -- Is the European court of justice 'running wild"
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