In this Article, the author comments on the issues addressed by law professors J. Mark Ramseyer and Lawrence Repeta about the appointment of judges in the Japanese Supreme Court. He stresses the difficulty in measuring the productivity of judges as a basis for judicial appointment. He outlines the significant role of the Advisory Committee for Appointing Justices of the Supreme Court in providing a list of judicial candidates.
Japan. Daishin'in, Judicial selection, Japan. Supreme Court