In Pursuit of Justice provides insight into judiciary

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In Pursuit of Justice delivers a riveting and honest approach to how a judge functions in the sacrosanct domain of the Judiciary.

The book provides insight into the judicial world and helps the reader understand more about how judicial decisions are made with a unique perspective of a highly regarded internationally recognised jurist in Professor Dr Justice Key Dingake. 

The author is a Judge in Papua New Guinea and has also served as a Judge in his home country of Botswana. The book posits a position that judges function best in democracies. This is indeed a challenging position given the many countries with large judiciaries that operate under non-democratic systems.

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