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The politics of court reform [electronic resource] : judicial change and legal culture in Indonesia /
edited by Melissa Crouch, University of New South Wales, Sydney.
imprint
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 2019.
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pages cm
ISBN
9781108493468
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Book
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Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 2019.
isbn
9781108493468
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Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
contents note
The judicial reform landscape in Indonesia : innovation, specialisation and the legacy of Dan S. Lev / Melissa Crouch -- The supreme court : reformasi, independence and the failure to ensure legal certainty / Rifqi Assegaf -- The district courts : sentencing decisions as evolving legal culture? / Daniel Pascoe -- The "justice system postman" : the Indonesian prosecution system at work / Fachrizal Afandi -- The religious courts : does Lev's analysis still hold? / Stijn Cornelius van Huis -- The administrative courts : the quest for consistency / Adriaan Bedner and Herlambang Perdana Wiratraman -- The anti-corruption courts and the persistence of judicial culture / Simon Butt -- The commercial court : a story of unfinished reforms / Gustaaf Reerink, Kevin Omar Sidharta, Aria Suyudi and Sofie Hewitt -- The small claims court : an innovation in judicial reform / Binziad Kadafi -- The fisheries court : government-led judicial development? / Indriaswati Dyah Saptraningrun -- The constitutional court : a levian take on its place in the reformasi / Theunis Roux -- The juvenile courts and children's rights : good intentions, flawed execution / Putri K. Amanda, Shaila Tieken, Sharyn Graham Davies and Santi Kusumaningrum -- The human rights courts : embedding impunity / Ken Setiawan -- The industrial relations court : challenges for labour rights / Surya Tjandra -- The media : megaspectacles and transparency in the courts / Ross Tapsell and Sita Dewi -- Lev on the links between legal evolution, political change and activism / Frank Munger -- Epilogue / Fritz Siregar.
general note
"This volume is the result of numerous collaborations and several academic workshops and seminars in Indonesia and elsewhere" -- ECIP acknowledgements.
catalogue key
12994540
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.

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