Given the upheaval of values related to the profession of judge (in the years after the communist regime, access and promotion in this system is confined to political criteria, the magistrate even mandatory adherence to the party), which went to the subjugation of the judiciary the executive, independent crises undergone by this system in the period after 1989, and attempts in the last period to publicize the problems facing the judicial body created a controversial image of the magistrates, as members of this power, but and that part of society. The label put an entire professional body, now, is that the corrupt, incompetent, servitude. On the other hand, a magistrate has the power is so great that should ensure tenure and freedom of conscience and of law, guarantees a good correlation with legal training. In this context, Judges Forum magazine conducted several interviews with social and cultural personalities of Romanian and international, to discover new judges, how they are perceived, how we should behave and we find, as a profession.
Neagu responded Djuvara, Matthew Visniec, Virgil Nemoianu, Victor Neumann, Robert Schwartz, Bogdan Murgescu, Raluca Ursachi Vladimir Tismaneanu, Pusa Roth, Nicolae Pelipceanu, Catalin Tolontan, Liviu Antonesei, Dan Culcer, Zoe Petre, Dan Silviu Boerescu, Adrian Severin Renate Weber, Horia Garbe, Calin Andrei Mihailescu, Bedros Horasangian, Mihai Razvan Ungureanu, Ion Vianu, Acad. Viorel Barbu, Mircea Cornisteanu, Acad. Iosifescu Marius Andrei Pippidi, Radu F. Alexandru, Sabina Fati, Irina Schrotter, Radu Orange, Natasa Raab, Gabriel Andreescu, Negrescu-Sutu Radu Ion Bogdan Lefter, Adrian Cioroianu, Radu Gabrea, Dan Grigore, Nicolae Covaci, Angela Harastasanu, Beligradeanu Serban, Valerius Ciuca, Elena Simina Tanasescu, Cornelius Birsan, Camelia Toader, Streteanu Florin Valeriu Stoica and Tudor Chiuariu. As the interior is almost impossible to look at it objectively, outside perceptions can be very helpful, and responses received are very useful.