A common focal point of conversation when judges from different countries meet is how their respective legal processes are different. Certainly true distinctions exist among the range of legal systems extant in the world. Civil law, common law, religious law, customary law, Sharia, and their combinations exhibit real and substantial alternatives in how, why and when court business is conducted. Yet, underneath this variation, there are striking similarities.
By Roger Hanson, Brian Ostrom and Matthew Kleiman
How to Cite:
Hanson, R., (2010). The Pursuit of High Performance. International Journal for Court Administration. 3(1), pp.2–12. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/ijca.50