Russia currently is involved in an extensive judicial reform movement that is designed to create an effective and functioning court system based on accepted notions of best practices. A necessary aspect of the reform movement is a reassessment of principles of court management and the role of court administrators in the judicial system. This article examines Russia’s reform movement in detail and considers the role of the court administrators in that movement.
How to Cite:
Mikheeva, I., (2008). The Court Administrator in Russia: Problems of Creation and Development. International Journal for Court Administration. 1(1), pp.38–44. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/ijca.126