Dr. Colleen Berryessa of Rutgers University writes… The ways that people show remorse, including apologizing, crying, or “giving back” to others affected by their actions, have been thought to tell us about people’s character, whether they are truly sorry, and if they will change. This is true both inside and outside the criminal justice system, … Continue reading Therapeutic Approaches to Remorse in Probation Officer Sentencing Recommendations
The International Framework for Court Excellence and Therapeutic Jurisprudence, a bilingual blog / El Marco Internacional para la Excelencia de las Cortes y TJ, un blog bilingüe.
Professor David Wexler writes.... The International Framework for Court Excellence was launched in 2008 by an international consortium from Europe, Asia, Australia, and the United States. Its 2nd Edition was released in 2013. The Framework is “a quality management system designed to help courts improve their performance. It represents an all-encompassing approach to achieving court … Continue reading The International Framework for Court Excellence and Therapeutic Jurisprudence, a bilingual blog / El Marco Internacional para la Excelencia de las Cortes y TJ, un blog bilingüe.
Therapeutic Jurisprudence Conference – Australia
We are looking forward to an excellent Therapeutic Jurisprudence conference in Canberra Australia in February 2023. This conference, presented jointly by the National Judicial College of Australia and the Australian National University, brings together members of the judiciary, academics, policy makers and other experts to consider current issues and challenges in the Australian justice system. … Continue reading Therapeutic Jurisprudence Conference – Australia
Judicial supervision of people who have offended
Researcher Michael Trood discusses insights from a systemic review and meta-analysis conducted with co-authors Ben Spivak and James Ogloff on judicial supervision. Therapeutic jurisprudence practice assumes that judicial officers can play an important role in improving the lives of people appearing before them. A key element in the therapeutic jurisprudence practice is the use of … Continue reading Judicial supervision of people who have offended
Overcoming Myopia in RJ and TJ
Today we have a blog from David Wexler and Stella Maris Margetic. Their blog was inspired by Prof. Tali Gal's superb editorial in the International Journal of Restorative Justice entitled, "Restorative Justice Myopia" (you can access the abstract here). Gal's point was that Restorative Justice (RJ) was myopic in its failure to look at its … Continue reading Overcoming Myopia in RJ and TJ