Wednesday, 1 April 2015

Advocates favour their buddies when appointed as judges... No?

When members of the bar become judges in the same court (as is normal), their friendly relations or professional rivalries with their fellow-advocates will not suddenly cease. They don't stop being awestruck by their seniors, despising their juniors or hating their rivals. So, how can they be impartial?
This is a structural defect in the judiciary.

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