Papers to note: Judicial Systems and Corruption

Mon May 30 2016

The International Bar Association (IBA), in partnership with the Basel Institute on Governance, has published the results of a global survey on corruption in judicial systems. The report found, among other things, that judges who engage in corrupt conduct do so most frequently in their interactions with lawyers and other judges, in contrast to lawyers who interact more regularly with third parties serving as intermediaries to influence cases. Learn more here.

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