This chapter examines whether general rules and principles can be identified in respect of the deliberative and judgment-writing process, and does so in accordance with the uniform methodology. However, a number of preliminary observations are offered for a proper understanding of this inquiry.As a target of academic exposition, the topic of ‘deliberation, dissent, judgment’ presents unique difficulties. It takes us into an area of tension between judicial processes that are, on the one hand, inscrutable and confidential, and, on the other, transparent and public....
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