Tag Archives: family law

Therapeutic Jurisprudence for the family lawyer

Guest blogger Taylor LoSchiavo, Center for Families, Children and the Courts, Student Fellow (2016-2017) writes… Any legal proceeding has the potential to be life changing; however, family law proceedings, in particular, can change the basic family structure for the parties. … Continue reading

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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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Improving family law processes

The Families Matter initiative intended to help develop and support a family justice system with an interdisciplinary, holistic and therapeutic focus, read this article to find out more… “Families Matter: Recommendations to Improve Outcomes for Children and Families in Court” … Continue reading

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