"An open and rigorous process for dealing with complaints of judicial misconduct is essential to maintaining public trust."

Writing in the New Law Journal, Senior Partner John Gould discusses the need for accountability among the judiciary, especially given that how judges are regulated and disciplined, as well as when and why, is not well known even among legal professionals; still less among the public at large.

The full article is available to read by subscription online and in print in the New Law Journal. A full pdf version is also available.