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Therapeutic Jurisprudence for the family lawyer

Guest blogger Taylor LoSchiavo, Center for Families, Children and the Courts, Student Fellow (2016-2017) writes… Advertisements

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Mainstream judges apply therapeutic jurisprudence in a child protection case

Guest bloggers Tali Gal and Dahlia Schilli-Jerichower  explore how mainstream judges in a recent Israeli Supreme Court decision applied therapeutic jurisprudence principles by seeking to conduct the process in such a way as to maximise the wellbeing of the parties…

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Can Therapeutic Judging be applied in mainstream  Family/Child Protection Courts?

Does TJ require a specialized court, with all its accoutrements?  Or can it be deployed in even the most overburdened and under resourced of traditional courts?   Guest blogger Vicki Lens, JD, Ph.D., Columbia University writes about her recent study… … Continue reading

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