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‘[It is] very strange to be doing something every day as part of your time work and not knowing whether it’s doing any good or even, dare I say, is it making things worse? So there is a need for feedback.... I don’t think anyone could logically argue that it’s right to be doing something and not having any idea what the effect is ... you can hope but without feedback you don’t actually know what you’re achieving.’The research team also assessed practice in other jurisdictions, noting that other countries used a variety of mechanisms to provide different types of feedback to judges.
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