Court administration in a strict sense encompasses the technical, organizational and material conditions of court operation, while in its larger sense concerns a great number of measures and activities connected with the functioning of the whole judicial system. This book aims at contextualising the current trends in this respect by addressing the tensions between the independence of the judiciary, its accountability and effectiveness. The authors confront the legal measures accepted in states with stable democratic traditions and in new democracies in Central and Eastern European states. Current Challenges in Court Administration provides a valuable source of reference for academics and students in constitutional law, as well as for lawmakers.
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