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Constitutional Law Around the Globe: Selection of Justices for the Supreme Court of Canada

Luiz Henrique Diniz Araujo

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This paper exploring the Selection of Supreme Court Justices in Canada is part of the series “Constitutional Law Around the Globe”. This topic of the series focuses on the “selection of justices in Supreme and Constitutional Courts” in contemporary democracies. First in the row, this paper analyzes the selection of Supreme Court Justices in Canadian Constitutional Law and how transparent and accountable is the process. A final paper will approach the legal systems composing the series in a comparative perspective.


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Canadian Constitutional Law; Supreme Court of Canada; Selection of Justices; Advisory Board; Transparency

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21056/aec.v22i89.1655

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