"The Courts" by Ian Greene Book Review by Top Papers

"The Courts" by Ian Greene
A book review of "The Courts" by Ian Greene.
# 133657 | 2,000 words | 1 source | MLA | 2007 | US

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This paper offers a book review of the courts by Ian Greene. The review is not simply a summary of the book, instead, it looks at the major arguments and provides an overall assessment of the book.

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"The roles and functions of the courts in democratic countries has always been an important issue. In "The Courts" Ian Greene examines the relationship between courts and democracy in Canada. In "The Courts", Greene conducts an audit of the Canadian courts to see how democratic they are. For his audit, Green uses three major criteria. These criteria are: participation, inclusiveness and responsiveness. Greene tries to involve as many potential participants as possible in his audit. The participants include judges, lawyers, litigants, court staff, policy analysts and academics. With this broad range of participants..."

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