Specialization of South African Judges and Courts: Multi-skilled, Multitasked, Multiaccess?
About the AuthorDanie van Loggerenberg
Extraordinary Professor of Law at the Department of Civil Procedure, University of Pretoria (Lynnwood Ridge, 0040, Pretoria, P.O. Box 72058, South Africa)
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For citation: Loggerenberg D. Specialization of South African Judges and Courts: Multi-skilled, Multitasked, Multiaccess? Russian Law Journal. 2014;2(4):187-203. https://doi.org/10.17589/2309-8678-2014-2-4-187-203
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