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THE PROBLEM OF JUDICIAL ARROGANCE

Are Judges arrogant? Sometimes. Is it a problem? Well, when it occurs it is. The bottom line is: ” judicial arrogance is wrong. It is a wrong that gets committed too often and called out too little. Judges need to strive for humility – to recognize it as a virtue.” The article is an interesting consideration of it.
By: Alice Woolley PDF Version: The Problem of Judicial Arrogance In her remarkable new book Life Sentence (Doubleday Canada, 2016), Christie Blatchford describes the Canadian judiciary as “unelecte…

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