Vadim Volkov, Aryna Dzmitryieva, Mikhail Pozdniakov and Kirill Titaev: Russian Judges: A Sociological Study of the Profession
Arina Dmitrieva, Vadim Volkov, Kirill Titaev, Mihail Pozdnyakov
Legal profession, Judiciary
Institute for the Rule of Law published a book by Vadim Volkov, Aryna Dzmitryieva, Mikhail Pozdniakov and Kirill Titaev "Russian Judges: A Sociological Study of the Profession". The book discusses the structure of the judicial system and judicial proceedings in Russia. In book focuses on the history and the present day of judiciary in Russia. It also discusses their career trajectories. Where and how do judges get their education and initial experience? What values underlie their professional culture? What is the daily routine of judges, what are the conditions under which they work? How is the judicial community structured, what are its formal structures and mechanisms for selecting judicial candidates and mechanisms for controlling judicial conduct. How do judges interact with the outside world: society, government agencies? The book uses qualitative and quantitative data collected in 2011-2016. Selected chapters available at "Syg.ma".