Some resources for lawyers and prosecutors who are interested in improving their skills using a therapeutic jurisprudence approach:
Ten Tenets of Fair and Effective Problem Solving Courts (National Legal Aid & Defender Association, USA). This article relates to specialist/problem-solving courts but the principles may be useful for lawyers considering their role within a mainstream setting where problem-solving or TJ approaches are being applied
Article: Brooks & Madden, Relationship-Centered Lawyering
Article: Exploring Law-Client Interactions
Book: David B. Wexler, Rehabilitating Lawyers: Principles of Therapeutic Jurisprudence for Criminal Law Practice (2008). Digital version also available on Kindle.
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