Judges and Lawyers in Africa Today: Their Powers, Competence and Social Role
Judges and legal practitioners, both public and private, in independent African countries have clamored and continue to clamor, not only for societal recognition and acceptance of the hallowed ideal of “independence of the judiciary”, but also for societal recognition and acceptance that judges and legal practitioners are, and should be, collectively the custodians of justice, law and good order in society.
Full Text LinksGutto, S.B.O. (1988) Judges and Lawyers in Africa Today: Their Powers, Competence and Social Role, ZLRev. vol. 6 (pp. 134-146) UZ, Mt. Pleasant, Harare: Faculty of Law.
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