Judges, Judicial Appointment, Judicial Selection, Nomination, Nominating, Nominating Committee
The Article focuses on one of the pillars of the judicial appointive process, the judicial nominating commission, suggesting that all jurisdictions should have judicial nominating commissions. A judicial nominating commission exists to screen and select nominees for judgeships. This article envisions and describe a system that more likely will result in selecting the right person for the bench.
Joseph A. Colquitt,
Rethinking Judicial Nominating Commissions: Independence, Accountability, and Public Support ,
34 Fordham Urb. L.J. 73
Available at: https://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/ulj/vol34/iss1/2