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Steering clear of therapeutic injustice for juvenile defendants

Guest blogger Jennifer A. Brobst, Assistant Professor at Southern Illinois University School of Law and 2017 Chair of the American Association of Law Schools, Balance in Legal Education Section writes…  Advertisements

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The Jury finds itself ‘Not Guilty’…

Guest blogger Yael Boneh explores how Therapeutic Jurisprudence thinking can improve the experience of jurors… Therapeutic jurisprudence (TJ) proposes that the legal system, judges, court officers, and lawyers constitute social forces that can exacerbate or alleviate potential harms on those coming in … Continue reading

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Therapy and Justice Belong Together

Guest bloggers Arie Freiberg, Emeritus Professor of Law, Monash University and Dr Becky Batagol, Senior Lecturer in Law, Monash University, Co-Authors of Non-Adversarial Justice, explore the role of therapeutic jurisprudence in the justice system…

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Holiday therapeutic jurisprudence reading!

Some wonderful TJ articles in the latest edition of the Queensland University of Technology Law Review from a range of internationally recognised TJ scholars. Read some of the latest TJ perspectives on coronial investigations, criminal justice, coercive interventions, family drug … Continue reading

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Therapeutic jurisprudence and dying

In a new article Mark Glover observes how estate planning is so much more than visiting a lawyer and executing a will…  Contemporary estate planning employs various will substitutes, such as life insurance, revocable trusts, and payable-on-death contracts, to transfer the … Continue reading

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