Therapeutic jurisprudence articles – Domestic violence torts & more

From time to time we will post links to articles that examine a range of legal areas through the therapeutic jurisprudence lens... Click on the title to access the full paper Domestic Violence Torts: Righting a Civil Wrong, Camille Carey, University of New Mexico - School of Law (May 15, 2014) Kansas Law Review, Vol. 62, p. 695, … Continue reading Therapeutic jurisprudence articles – Domestic violence torts & more

Estate Planning, Therapeutic Jurisprudence, and Ethical Wills

Guest blogger Mark Glover, Assistant Professor of Law, University of Wyoming College of Law, talks about the therapeutic potential of estate planning and ethical wills... Recognition of one’s mortality can be an unpleasant experience. For some, thinking about death can cause fear or anxiety, and for others, their own mortality is so unsettling that they try … Continue reading Estate Planning, Therapeutic Jurisprudence, and Ethical Wills

Problem tenants, Therapeutic Jurisprudence and mainstream housing courts

In this blog Michel Vols discusses his project in which TJ-principles and techniques are used in cases concerning nuisance behaviour that are dealt with by mainstream housing courts in the Netherlands. Quality of life offences and housing related anti-social behavior such as noise nuisance, harassment, hoarding, the cultivation of cannabis and small-scale drug dealing can … Continue reading Problem tenants, Therapeutic Jurisprudence and mainstream housing courts