Supreme Court Justice Appointments in Canada
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The paper examines a judge appointment process in North America, specifically, the Supreme Court of Canada appointment process. It is argued that the process is outdated and outmoded and as a result, the Supreme Court of Canada is largely out of touch with Canadian society.
From the Paper:"Canada, like all democratic countries, has a number of socio-political institutions that are vital to a healthy democracy. Legal systems have to be one of the most important of these institutions. For example, in "The Courts", Ian Greene states, "Democracy requires an independent judiciary. our political system can function fairly only with courts staffed by judges who are not accountable for their decisions-not accountable so that they can be independent...""
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