'As a system the common law is a thing merely imaginary' Recording law's experience : features of the 'case' The postcolonial, the visible, and the invisible : the normal and the exceptional Institutionalizing judicial decision making : public reason and the doctrine of precedent What we talk about when we talk about common law : the practice of precedent The mirror and the dialogue : the common law, Strasbourg and human rights The judicial practice of statutory interpretation The politics of the judiciary revisited : rights, democracy, law Judges and democracy The integrity of the court : judgment and the prohibition on bias The value of participation : the rights of the defence, equality of arms, and access to justice Open justice, closed procedures and torture evidence Imagining civil justice Imagining criminal justice.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 340-349) and index.
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