Barry Kamins, president of the New York City Bar Association, writes that December 10, Human Rights Day, reminds us of the importance of valuing human rights and how essential human rights are to world preservation. It should also remind us of importance of judges. Human rights only have meaning when protected by an independent judiciary, whose role is respected by the other branches of government - a respect that has been eroded in recent years.
Perspective: Human Rights And Respect for Judges
New York Law Journal
December 10, 2007
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