Core Documents and Suggested Additional Sources
The following sources should be consulted during judicial ethics training courses. The first set of documents are the core documents for courses. These documents should be made available in some form to training participants during the course and may be accessed at the links below. The list at the bottom of the page provides suggestions for further sources on training methodology.
12 Cognitive Biases Explained (Practical Psychology)
How Blind Auditions Prevent Gender Bias (Media Partners)
Gender Stereotypes (FunSimpleLife)
Additional Resources for Further Study
Judicial Training Handbooks and Presentations
Sources on Impartiality and Potential Biases
The Theory and Practice of Training (2009) R. Buckley and J. Capel (Kogan Paul).
How to Design a Training Course (2003) Peter Taylor (Bloomsbury Publishing).
The Adult Learner (2005) M. Knowles, E. Holton and R. Swanson (Elsevier).
Assessment for Effective Teaching (2004) G. Hanna, P. Dettmer (Toronto, Pearson Education, Inc.
Implementing the Four Levels: A Practical Guide to the Evaluation of Training Programmes (2007) J. Kirkpatrick and D. Kirkpatrick (Barrett-Koehler Publications Inc).
Facilitating Groups (2010) Jenny Rogers (Open University Press).
Experiences in Groups (1961) W. R. Bion, (Tavistock Publications Ltd).
Stages of Small-Group Development Revisited (1977), Bruce W. Tuckman and Mary Ann C. Jensen, 1977, Group and Organization Studies, December 2(4), 419-427.
Judicial Oaths (2017) Clark-Piper, T. (2007)
Judicial Conduct and Ethics (5th Edition) Shaman J, Lubret S. and Alfini J. (The Michie Company, Virginia).
The Strange Alchemy of Life and Law (2009) Sachs. A. (Oxford University Press).
The Judicial Process: Realism, Pragmatism, Practical Reasoning and Principles. (2005) Thomas E. (Cambridge University Press).
The Limits of Judicial Independence? (2016) Borkowski. G. (ed.) (Warsaw-Torin).
The Culture of Judicial Independence in a Civilized World (2016) Shetreet. S and McCormack W. (eds.). (Brill Nijhoff).
Thinking Fast and Slow (2011) Kahneman, D. (Penguin).
Training Methods (2018) Judicial College London.