Category Archives: journals & books on TJ

Holiday therapeutic jurisprudence reading!

Some wonderful TJ articles in the latest edition of the Queensland University of Technology Law Review from a range of internationally recognised TJ scholars. Read some of the latest TJ perspectives on coronial investigations, criminal justice, coercive interventions, family drug … Continue reading

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The new International Journal of Therapeutic Jurisprudence – call for submissions!

If you would like to contribute to the international law reform and legal innovation conversation now is your chance. The Arizona Summit Law School is about to publish the first edition of the International Journal of Therapeutic Jurisprudence (October 2016) and … Continue reading

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Therapeutic Jurisprudence: New Zealand Perspectives – a new book for law reformers everywhere

David Wexler, co founder of the concept of Therapeutic Jurisprudence (TJ) introduces a seminal book edited by Warren Brookbanks, Professor of Law, The University of Auckland, New Zealand entitled Therapeutic Jurisprudence: New Zealand Perspectives. Wexler acknowledges discrepancies between the fluidity … Continue reading

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New book: Offender release and supervision…

Edited by Martine Herzog-Evans this book explores the role of the courts and the use of discretion in offender release and supervision. In some jurisdictions, early release is automatic at a certain point in time; in others, it is discretionarily … Continue reading

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Transforming Criminal Justice? Mainstreaming problem-solving approaches

Guest blogger Dr Jane Donoghue, Director of the Centre for Crime, Law and Justice, discusses her new book Transforming Criminal Justice? Problem-Solving and Court Specialization In my new book Transforming Criminal Justice? Problem-Solving and Court Specialization, I provide a comparative analysis of developments … Continue reading

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2nd Edition of “Non-Adversarial Justice” out now

The 2nd Edition of the very popular book, “Non-Adversarial Justice” by King, Freiberg, Batagol and Hyams is now available. This text outlines key non-adversarial concepts such as therapeutic jurisprudence, restorative justice, holistic law, problem solving courts and collaborative law.  It … Continue reading

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