Any human grouping has its own politics and its own complex network of interpersonal relationships. These relationships may affect the way the group discharges its collective task; and, conversely, the structures in place to facilitate the discharge of that task may affect group dynamics by fostering or inhibiting the development of personal relationships (see Conferences). The High Court—a small, collegial group with the dual role of deciding particular cases and, in so doing, of declaring the...[Show more]
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