diversity, judicial selection, United Kingdom, Maute


Monica Fennell begins a conversation in CITY SQUARE regarding the diversity in the judicial appointment process in the United Kingdom and the United States, a conversation sparked by Professor Judith Maute’s article English Reforms to Judicial Selection: Comparative Lessons for American States?



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