Come to the IALMH Therapeutic Jurisprudence Congress – Prague 2017

 Come to present or just listen at the International Academy of Law and Mental Health (IALMH) Congress in Prague 9-14th of July, 2017 special track for therapeutic jurisprudence (TJ) at the Congress.

From past years we know that the TJ tracks and the other interesting panels at the IALMH Congresses, they are informative, interdisciplinary, and energizing for people  who are interested in improving law and legal systems.  Check out past Congress programs here.

TJ-related proposals for either individual presentations or panel discussions are welcome. 

Individual presentation proposals will be grouped into panels once all proposals are submitted.   (Click here for the individual submission form)

Or you can organize and propose an entire panel  (Click here for the the session submission form)

VERY IMPORTANT:  Please submit your abstracts to Amy Campbell (University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law in Memphis, Tennessee) Email: tcmpbll3@memphis.edu rather than through the Congress website. 

TJ submission deadline is May 20, 2016.  

(NOTE: Discussions are underway for a Spanish-Language track for TJ Submissions; Kathy and I do not organize these, so if you have any questions about Spanish-Language submissions, please contact the IALMH office directly.)

Thank you to Amy Campbell (University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law in Memphis, Tennessee) and Kathy Cerminara from Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad College of Law for organising the TJ Track!

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