Professor Kate Malleson: Vote trading 'leading to unqualified ICC judges'
Some of the world’s most senior judges are unqualified with little experience because of politicised voting systems and a lack of transparency.
9 September 2010
Professor Kate Malleson says: “We know that some judges are first class, and that others are only there as a consequence of a highly politicised system, and who are not necessarily the best candidate. This has potentially very serious implications for bodies which should have the very best, independent superb judges form around the world.” Read the full article in guardian.co.uk