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Restorative practices to further therapeutic jurisprudence in Family Courts (An Amicus Justitia Brief)

Magistrate Gabriela McKellar writes… I am a magistrate in a Family Court in Cape Town South Africa, and I am interested in how to ensure a more consistent practice of Therapeutic Jurisprudence in Family Courts.

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The Therapeutic Application of the Law & the need for ‘Amicus Justitia’ Briefs

Therapeutic Jurisprudence founder David B. Wexler writes…  Since I wrote my essay New Wine in New Bottles  where the legal landscape or code provisions were thought of as “bottles” and the developing TJ practices and techniques were thought of as … Continue reading

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Moving Forward on Mainstreaming Therapeutic Jurisprudence

David Wexler shares his ideas for furthering both the therapeutic design of the law and the therapeutic application of the law.    Download David Wexler’s article here. Interested in TJ? This article is a chapter in a soon to be released … Continue reading

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