Educating Judges : a Survey of Global Practice. Edited Reprint with Updated Research.

About this Second Edition:Brill is delighted to republish Educating Judges, the seminal monograph in the field of judicial education. First published in 1996, this book enables judicial educators to develop a more effective pedagogy by focuses on the distinctive learning needs, styles and preference...

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Main Author: Armytage, Livingston.
Format: eBook
Published: Leiden : BRILL, 2015.
Series:Nijhoff classics in international law.
Online Access:Available via EBSCO eBook Collection
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Table of Contents:
  • Educating Judges:Towards Improving Justice: A Survey of Global Practice; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Prologue to the Second Edition: 2015; 1 Introduction; 2 Framing Perspective: A Global Overview; 3 Original Edition; 4 Research Methodology; 5 The Data; a Significant Recent Developments; b Institutional Issues and Challenges; c Trends in Professionalising Practice; d Evolving Goals, Curricula, Methods and Approach; e Building Knowledge
  • Research and Evaluation; f Exchanging Knowledge
  • Global, Regional Networking.
  • G Information Technology
  • Impact and Applicationsh Official Development Assistance; i Globalisation of Judging & Judicial Education; 6 Conclusions; Bibliography to this Prologue; Preface to the Original Edition; Foreword to the Original Edition; PART A The Issue of Need; 1 Introduction; I Professionalization; II Concept of Competence; III Quest for Accountability; IV History; V Outline; 2 The Need for Judicial Education; I Educational Need; II Philosophical Debate; 3 Judicial Selection; I Criteria; II Extraneous Considerations; III Models of Selection; IV Consultation; 4 Assessment of Need.
  • I Methodology and TechniqueII Empirical Research; III Findings in Australia; IV Observations; PART B Educational Considerations; 5 Adult Learning; I Application of Adult Learning Theory; II How Adults Learn; III Observations for Judicial Educators; 6 Judges as Learners; I Professional Development; II The Practice of Judicial Education; III Foundations of a Model of Continuing Judicial Learning; PART C Effective Program Delivery; 7 Frameworks of Policy and Practice; I Mission, Goals and Objectives; II Formulation of Policy; III Domain; IV Standards; V Prescription; VI Educational Planning.
  • 8 Educational EvaluationI Techniques; II Methodology; III Models; IV Practice of Judicial Education; V Critique; 9 Conclusions; I Summing Up; II The Challenge Ahead; Appendices; Bibliography to the Original Edition; Subject Index to the Original Edition.