Category Archives: sexual assault

The Trauma of the (Sexual Assault) Trial and its Inhospitable Rituals

In this blog Dr Elaine Craig, Associate Professor Dalhousie University – Schulich School of Law, Nova Scotia, Canada reflects on the rituals of criminal trials and explores whether Therapeutic jurisprudence (TJ) principles can make inhospitable trials hospitable…

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Recent therapeutic jurisprudence papers – Hazardous duty in sex crime litigation & criminal law multitasking

From time to time we will post links t0 articles that examine a range of legal areas through the therapeutic jurisprudence lens… Click on the title to access the full paper Sex Crimes Litigation as Hazardous Duty: Practical Tools for Trauma-Exposed … Continue reading

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Revenge Porn and Therapeutic Jurisprudence

Guest blogger Dr. Debarati Halder, managing director of Centre for Cyber Victim Counselling writes about Mitigation of Revenge Porn by the Adoption of Therapeutic Jurisprudence approaches by the Courts… Revenge porn, whether by children or by adults, has become a growing problem everywhere. … Continue reading

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Innovative Justice Responses to Sexual Offending

In this guest blog post the Centre for Innovative Justice (Victoria, Australia) explores the potential of therapeutic jurisprudence and restorative justice approaches to provide innovative justice responses to sexual offending… Despite the concerted efforts of advocates and reformers, our conventional … Continue reading

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