Supreme Court president backs move away from traditional courtroom attire

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  • While I understand some people have reservations about wigs and gowns, claiming they are outdated, the entire purpose of the gown and wig is a sense of annonimity. As counsel you are suppose to represent without prejudice and with fairness and the robe and wig allows counsels and clients alike to recognise this. Where is the argument against that to get rid of them?

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