The Ambivalences of the Collegium System

  • Syed Suhaib
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  • Syed Suhaib

    Student at UILS, Chandigarh University, India

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The appointment of judges by the judges has always been an utmost concern for the government and they have consistently criticized the way of these appointments. There is a considerable amount of history to be associated with the appointment of judges, and that extensive history of arguments, judgements and opinions led to the birth of the Collegium System. This system has always been in a point-blank range of criticism not just by the government, by the citizens as well, yet the system is persistent and always prevails. In this article, I have enunciated the concept of the Collegium System, its concise evolution, the grounds on which this system is criticised, the proposed alternative and my coherently articulated opinion on the system and how its ambivalences can be countered to ameliorate the collegium system.




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 1, Page 843 - 846


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