Resources from the Courts
CEPEJ checklist

Checklist for Promoting
the Quality of Justice
and the Courts
European Commission
for Efficiency of Justice
(CEPEJ)

Evaluation of the Quality
of Adjudication in Courts
of Law

Consultative Council
of European Judges (CCJE)

How to Assess Quality
in the Courts?
Court of Appeal
of Rovaniemi, Finland

Quality of Judicial Decisions (Opinion No. 11)
Consultative Council
of European Judges (CCJE)

Quality of the Judicial System in the Netherlands
Netherlands Council
for the Judiciary

Medium-Term Strategic Framework
Department of Justice, Republic of South Africa


Reforming Mediterranean Civil Procedure
by A. Uzelac

Judicial Reform Index
for Serbia

American Bar Association

Implementing the IFCE as a "Holistic" Means for Achieving Excellence

The Supreme Court of Victoria

Assessing the Need for Judges and Support Staff
by Victor Flango & Brian Ostrom

State Court Guide to Statistical Reporting
managed by Brian Ostrom & Carol Flango

Trial Courts and Organizations
by Brian Ostrom et al




Towards Greater Organisational Excellence
the State Courts of Singapore

Family Court and Federal Circuit Court - Court Users Satisfaction Survey (2015)

Federal Circuit Court of Australia - Report on Implementation (2013-2016)


   

Family Court of Australia - Report on Implementation (2013-2016)

Family Court and Federal Circuit Court - CEO Report on Implementation (2013-2016)

Federal Circuit Court of Australia - Court Excellence Self-Assessment Questionnaire

  
   
 The International Framework for Court Excellence and Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Creating Excellent Courts and Enhancing - By E. Richardson, P. Spencer and D. Wexler
Court Excellence of District Court Batulicin, South Kalimantan, Indonesia 2016 The Use, Modification and Impact of the International Framework for Court Excellence, by Dr. Liz Richardson (2017)

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