What is judicial activisim?

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Judicial activism refers to judicial rulings suspected of being based on personal or political considerations rather than on existing law. It is ...
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judicial activism n. Judicial lawmaking that exceeds the proper exercise of judicial authority, especially when concerned with matters ordinarily addressed ...
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Activism and Restraint within the UK Supreme Court. ... In his extra-judicial writings, especially his Clifford Chance Lecture in 2012, ...
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Instead, since judicial abdication became normal during the New Deal, courts almost invariably defer to legislatures’ economic regulations, ...
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How to Spot Judicial Activism: Three Recent Examples. By Elizabeth Slattery. The courts have gradually abandoned their proper role of policing the ...
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ARTICLES MAKING LAW: THE CASE FOR JUDICIAL ACTIVISM* PETER IRONS** As the title implies, I will attempt in this essay to make a case for
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