Introduction to TJ

Read about therapeutic jurisprudence here:

Blog:  “TJ is a revolutionary and global law reform philosophy, developed by two visionary mental health and disability law professors, David B. Wexler and the late Bruce J. Winick, who had a shared belief and vision that courts could act as therapeutic agents …” Read the rest of Judge Ginger Lerner-Wren’s Blog here.

Essay:   David B. Wexler: Therapeutic Jurisprudence and its Application to Criminal Justice Research and Development  

Essay:  Judge Ginger Lerner-Wren, Problem solving justice: reducing recidivism and promoting public safety. A white paper.

Radio: A discussion about Therapeutic Jurisprudence (1 hour) http://archives.wfpl.org/2010/04/01/therapeutic-jurisprudence/

Video: Introduction to Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the “New Wine New Bottles” methodology  (6 min. video).

Video:  David Wexler talks about the mainstreaming TJ project 

 

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