In this blog David B. Wexler, Honorary President of International Society for Therapeutic Jurisprudence discusses how the 3rd Edition of the International Framework for Court Excellence is a major advance for therapeutic jurisprudence. The international framework for court excellence The International Framework for Court Excellence was launched in 2008 by an international consortium from Europe, … Continue reading Court Excellence and Therapeutic Jurisprudence
Move over traditional law moots...alternative dispute resolution is taking hold! Guest blogger Kate Mann talks about her team's participation in the recent School Conflict Resolution and Mediation program.... The School Conflict Resolution And Mediation (SCRAM) program is an initiative of the Western Australia Dispute Resolution Association (WADRA) and has been an ongoing competition since 2001. … Continue reading Alternative dispute resolution – the next generation!
From time to time we will post links t0 articles that examine a range of legal areas through the therapeutic jurisprudence (TJ) lens... Click on the title to access the full article Making Mediation Work in Guardianship Proceedings: Protecting and Enhancing the Voice, Rights, and Well-Being of Elders, Jennifer L. Wright University of St. Thomas, St. Paul/Minneapolis, MN … Continue reading TJ articles – mediation & guardianship; ADR for end of life decisions; competence to have sex
In this guest blog post the Centre for Innovative Justice (Victoria, Australia) explores the potential of therapeutic jurisprudence and restorative justice approaches to provide innovative justice responses to sexual offending... Despite the concerted efforts of advocates and reformers, our conventional justice system struggles to engage with the reality of sexual offending and its aftermath. Estimates … Continue reading Innovative Justice Responses to Sexual Offending