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The application of data and statistics to judicial decision-making has caused controversy and debate in Australia. As technologies improve and become more accessible, it is inevitable that the application of data and statistics to examine judicial decision-making will increase. This proliferation of the use of data and statistics presents new risks and challenges to judicial impartiality and public confidence. It also, equally presents new opportunities for the courts to use data and statisticsdoi:10.25949/21992504 fatcat:5vtr4zka5rcrzk3gbtzhjuec3i