Is the US Supreme Court the largest court in the world?
No. The US Supreme Court is relatively small compared to some international courts. The World Court (UN International Court) and Supreme Court of the Philippines each have fifteen justices; the Supreme Court of India currently seats 29 justices; and the Supreme People's Court of the People's Republic of China has more than 340 judges. ...
What organization elects the 15 judges of the World Court?
They are elected by the Security Council and the General Assembly of the United Nations for 15 year terms; five judges go out of office every 3 years, but may be re-elected. ...
What are the procedures of the World Court Are they similar to any US court?
What are the procedures of the World Court? Are they similar to any U.S. court ...
Asked in Beijing 2008 Olympics
Who are the judges in the Beijing Olympics?
The judges are as diverse, and skilled, as the athletes in the Olympics. They are internationally accredited and trained judges/officials in their specific sport that come from all over the world to have a mixture of the best officials, just as there is a mixture of the best athletes from all over the world. ...
Asked in Federal Laws
Do judges need a law degree?
The requirements vary depending on the level of the court and the jurisdiction. There are no specific educational requirements, but in today's world, they will seldom appoint someone that does not have a law degree. But people can be elected without having a degree. ...
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What has the author Norman Bindler written?
Norman Bindler has written: 'American socialism and the first world war' -- subject(s): Socialist Party (U.S.). 'The conservative court, 1910-1930' -- subject(s): Biography, History, Industrial laws and legislation, Judges, United States, United States. Supreme Court ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
Does the President choose judges who liberally interpret the Constitution?
the president chooses judges who neither liberally or conservatively interpret the constitution exactly, but interpret it in their own opinion. that's why the supreme court isn't just one judge, different opinions are needed and everyone interprets differently Another View: The first answer reflects the "ideal" world. However, historically, Presidents nominate potential Supreme Court Justice's who reflect the views and ideal of both the sitting President and his political party. ...
What is the current salary of the cabinet members of the executive branch?
Answer Salaries of the President and His Cabinet The President of the United States has the most demanding job in the world. How much does he earn in salary? $400,000 per year. Below are the salaries for the President, top federal judges and cabinet members for 2008.PositionSalary Executive Branch President of the United States $400,000 wow!!! that is alot Executive Schedule Level 1: Cabinet-level officials $191,300 Level II: Deputy secretaries of departments, secretaries of military departments, & heads of major agencies $172,200 Level III: Under secretaries of departments &...
Asked in World War 2, World War 1, Adolf Hitler
What were the political changes after World War 2?
Some political changes in World War 1, is that The supreme court and the non-supreme court. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
What job does the world court do?
The world court settles arguments and disputes with countries. So if Brazil sues America then the world court would handle it. That is the basic answer, if you want a complicated long answer then go to wikipedia. If you put this as your answer you are guaranteed a good grade. Chow Homies! ...