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Q: ‎‎アメリカの最高裁判事の場合、任期がないため腰を据えて長期的な視点から厄介な争点に取り組めるが、長期間メンバーが固定化されるため判断が硬直化されるといった弊害が指摘されている。
Justices of the United States Supreme Court have no tenure and can sit down to deal with thorny issues from a long-term perspective.
On the flip side, there are some criticisms pointing out that the judgments lose flexibility because those decisions are made by much the same members with much the same framework of thoughts for long.

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A: 有難うございます。大いに参考になります。
Q: アメリカ連邦最高裁判所判事の任期は終身であるのに対し、日本の最高裁判所判事には定年があり70歳で必ず退任する。
Justices of the United States Supreme Court have no tenure, on the other hand, justices of the Japanese Supreme Court have mandatory retirement at age of 70.
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A: "A United States Supreme Court Judge's term is for life, whereas in Japan a Supreme Court Judge must retire at the age of 70."

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