Judicial Immunity and Independence of Vietnamese Judges: Reflections on the Ordinance on Judges and Jurors and the Law on the Organisation of the People’s Courts
The article explores and analyses the issue of civil liability of Vietnamese judges arising from the performance of their adjudicatory tasks. This is discussed in the light of relevant provisions contained in the the 2002 Ordinance on Judges and Jurors of the People's Court and the 2002 Law on Organisation of the People's Courts. The potential impact of these provisions on judicial independence in Vietnam is also examined.
Asian Studies | Courts | Judges
Australian Journal of Asian Law
University of Melbourne Law School
CHAN, Gary Kok Yew.
Judicial Immunity and Independence of Vietnamese Judges: Reflections on the Ordinance on Judges and Jurors and the Law on the Organisation of the People’s Courts. (2005). Australian Journal of Asian Law. 7, (2), 143-168. Research Collection School Of Law.
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