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From Therapeutic Jurisprudence to Roper: When Social Science Serves as Authority in Law

Guest blogger Andrew Siske, Center for Families, Children and the Courts, Student Fellow (2016-2017) explores the role that social science can play in the law…

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Links to evidence informed criminal justice resources

Therapeutic jurisprudence approaches are interdisciplinary and draw on what we know works from social science. Our new blog resource page collates resources about evidence based programs and practice, evaluations and expertise as to “what works” If you know of a link … Continue reading

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