As part of the legal culture, the judicial culture is particularly important in the activity of elaboration, interpretation and application of law, for the achievement of the values of the state of law. While the legal culture concerns the law configuration factors, the judicial culture expresses the aspects of the context of its application, having the administration of justice in its centre. The national traditions, the particularities of the positive law, a certain way of producing truth, the popular representation of justice and the flow of information and the legal ideas play important roles in crystallizing the content of the judicial culture and in expressing its specificity. Distinguishing between the internal judicial culture (including the attitudes, judgments, perceptions, values, etc. common to a group of law professionals) and the external judicial culture (expressed in the perceptions and in the imaginary of the society about justice), the author examines the content of the concept and analyzes its constitutive elements. The traditions, the forms of expression and the prospects of development of the Romanian judicial culture are analyzed from this general perspective.

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