Mon 15 June 2009, The Guardian

Why justice sometimes has to get personal

By Marcel Berlins
We do not often have the opportunity to look into how top judges take their decisions in important cases. I don't mean the justifications provided for public consumption in their official judgments – those are merely the conclusions, in legal jargon – but what went on beforehand, in their minds, emotions and consciences?
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