Teaching Therapeutic Jurisprudence
This law review article by Professor David Yamada is an excellent resource for teachers interested in teaching Therapeutic Jurisprudence: “Teaching Therapeutic Jurisprudence”
Wine & Bottles
An effective methodology for student activities in the TJ area is the “Wine & Bottles” methodology. It can provide a framework for student’s examining a law and/or a legal process for it’s TJ attributes and potential. To read more about this go to Wine & Bottles.
The need for care of the mental health of law students is highlighted in this blog post “Lawyer Depression Begins in School?”
“Non-adversarial Justice” King, Freiberg, Batagol & Hyams 2nd Edition: Federation Press.
“Transforming Criminal Justice” Donoghue: Routledge
“Therapeutic Jurisprudence: New Zealand Perspectives” Brookbanks (Ed.), Thompson Reuters NZ
“The Futures of Legal Education and the Legal Profession” Edited by Hilary Sommerlad, Sonia Harris-Short, Steven Vaughan and Richard Young, Hart Publishing
TJ Resources and Bibliographies
The Suffolk University Law Review hosts a collection of TJ articles: Link
Searchable TJ bibliography hosts TJ resources on a range of topics and in various languages
The Australasian TJ Clearinghouse hosts a range of TJ links