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|Title:||Bias in collegiate courts|
|Keywords:||Bias;Judicial impartiality;Recusals;Collegiate courts;Fair hearing|
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Citation:||International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 65(4): pp. 895-926,(2016)|
|Abstract:||This article addresses the issues attending common law collegiate courts’ engagements with allegations of bias within their own ranks. It will be argued that, in such cases, it would be inappropriate to involve the collegiate panel or any member thereof in the decision, since such involvement inevitably encounters difficulties. The common law’s dilemmas require drastic solutions, but the common law arguably is illequipped to implement the required change. The answer, it will be argued, is legislation.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Politics, History and Law Research Papers|
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