Judicial Fairness and Systemic Bias
This chapter deals with the topical issue of systemic judicial bias. The problem is set out in Section II and examined in Section III. Section IV considers a suggested solution, which lies in developing a judicial ethic of fairness. Section V examines the widely-accepted principle that judicial officers should avoid controversy.
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