1 The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not purport to reflect the positions of any entity the author was or is affiliated with. 2 ‘Judicial publicity’ or ‘open justice’ are procedural maxims which have been at the core of many domestic procedural law systems at least since or in the wake of the enlightenment (see, eg, von Coelln, 2005, 49, 60 et seq; Roure, 2006, 742). That justice be performed under the public eye, and in that sense be transparent, has become a basic legal or even constitutional and human rights-based...
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