Some articles on appointment, process, appointment process, appointments:
... Rothstein's appointment by the Conservative government was criticized because of his unilingualism ... Court who was not bilingual, prior to the 2011 appointment of Justice Michael Moldaver ... Many Canadian conservatives had long been critical of the process of appointing judges to the Supreme Court of Canada, wherein the Prime Minister is the sole advisor of the Governor General in the matter, and ...
... The Constitutional Reform Act 2005 makes provision for a new appointment process for Justices of the Supreme Court ... and Deputy President of the Supreme Court and a member of the Judicial Appointments Commission of England and Wales, the Judicial Appointments Board for Scotland and the Northern Ireland Judicial Appointments Commission. 2007, the Ministry of Justice announced that this appointment process would be adopted on a voluntary basis for appointments of Lords of Appeal in Ordinary ...
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