Merit, collegiality trumps bilinguali...

Merit, collegiality trumps bilingualism for high court jobs: Nicholson letter

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Bilingualism will never trump merit or the ability to get along with colleagues when it comes to appointing judges to the Supreme Court, Justice Minister Rob Nicholson argues in a recently released letter.

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