Internal case assignment in England

Flood, J., Banakar, R., Webb, J. and Whyte, A. 2005. Internal case assignment in England. in: Fabri, M. and Langbroek, P.M. (ed.) Internal case assignment. A report on a comparative study into the rules and practices of case distribution in courts in five countries Utrecht, Netherlands University of Utrecht. pp. 63-134

Chapter titleInternal case assignment in England
AuthorsFlood, J., Banakar, R., Webb, J. and Whyte, A.
EditorsFabri, M. and Langbroek, P.M.
Book titleInternal case assignment. A report on a comparative study into the rules and practices of case distribution in courts in five countries
Page range63-134
Year2005
PublisherUniversity of Utrecht
Publication dates
Published2005
Place of publicationUtrecht, Netherlands

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