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Closed judgments:security, accountability and court processes. / McNamara, Lawrence Joseph.

London : UK Human Rights Blog. 2019.

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McNamara, LJ 2019, Closed judgments:security, accountability and court processes. UK Human Rights Blog, London. <https://ukhumanrightsblog.com/2019/01/25/closed-judgments-security-accountability-and-court-processes/>

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McNamara, L. J. (2019, Jan 25). Closed judgments:security, accountability and court processes. UK Human Rights Blog. https://ukhumanrightsblog.com/2019/01/25/closed-judgments-security-accountability-and-court-processes/

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McNamara LJ. Closed judgments:security, accountability and court processes. 2019.

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McNamara, Lawrence Joseph. / Closed judgments:security, accountability and court processes. 2019. London : UK Human Rights Blog.

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