When it comes to the profession of a judge, what first comes into peoples minds is their high status in society, their power, secure employment and of course: the good salary as well as what is called the judicial independence. While this may be true, this one-sided perception fails to grasp the importance and far-reaching implications of judicial decisions - not only for the parties involved in the legal dispute, but even more for the whole of society: Judgments do in fact mould the legal opinion and reshape legal frameworks.
Articles - Read Also:
The origins of public international law
Free speech and Islam
New Year - Old resentments
Tragedies and Tests - Thoughts on Paris
Egalité pour tous?
Palestine & Israel:
Netanyahu forms new government with far-right hardliners and settler party
War Crimes in Gaza entail Responsiblity of supporting states
In war, Truth is the First Casualty
International Law Scholars demand justice for Palestine
Still in doubt about Israel’s real intentions?
Request to ICC Prosecutor To Investigate into war Crimes in Gaza
Gaza: The massacre of Shujaiya
Israel: Economic Sanctions, Now!
HRW: Home Demolitions by IDF A "potential War crime"
Iraq-War III: Obama's "War on Terror"
Libya: Responsibility to protect or opportunity to destroy?
Ukraine: Right To self-Determination?
Syria Air Strikes: Power vs International law
Responsibility to protect or opportunity to destroy?
Speaking with a forked tongue - What it takes to win a nobel peace prize
Christmas: What Muslims think of it
The onerous task of a Qadi
Words of Peace