SOUTH AFRICAN JUDICIAL EDUCATION JOURNAL VOLUME 1, ISSUE 1, 2018

 

This journal is published under the auspices of the South African Judicial Education Institute.
Published: April 2018

 

ARTICLES

  1. SAJEI: A vehicle for the speedy delivery of quality justice to all our people by Mogoeng Mogoeng
  2. Judicial training and the role of judges in a constitutional democracy by Heinz Klug
  3. Judicial education in a transformative context by DM Davis
  4. To give and to gain: Judicial involvement in advocacy training by OL Rogers
  5. Judicial social context education in South Africa by N Dambuza
  6. Judging according to personal attributes, outlook on life and life experience: Any practical value? by Mbuyiseli R Madlanga
  7. Political parties: The missing link in our Constitution? by Kate O’Regan
  8. The rule of law: The role of the judiciary and legal practitioners by Frank Kroon
  9. A dead horse need not be flogged: The duty not to pursue unmeritorious causes by SM Mbenenge
  10. Do we need deference? by Malcom Wallis

 

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