Addressing 'loss of identity' in the joint judgment: Searching for 'the individual judge' in the joint judgments of the mason court
University of New South Wales law journal, pp. 670-711, 2017.
There has been a spate of recent articles by current, and former, judges in Australia debating the relative merits of joint and separate judgments. One of the arguments against joint judgments is that they entail the loss of individual voice and due recognition for the development of the law.
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