4 edition of Therapeutic Jurisprudence (Law in Context) found in the catalog.
by Federation Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Marilyn McMahon (Editor), David Wexler (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Drug Treatment Courts: A Symbiotic Relationship, in PRINCIPLES OF ADDICTION MEDICINE (Allan W. Graham & Terry K. Schultz eds., 3d ed. forthcoming) (manuscript at 2, , on file with authors) (discussing the relation-ship between therapeutic jurisprudence and specialized problem solving courts, suchCited by: Therapeutic Jurisprudence The concept of breaking away from the traditional adversarial approach to target the root of defendant's problems in hopes of solving them and thus eliminating the crime. Characteristics of Therapeutic Jurisprudence.
] THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE therapeutic state." 5 Consideration of therapeutic jurisprudence issues cannot be used as an excuse to return to the days of the 's when courts were comfortable simply with a "hands off" policy toward institutionalized persons. 6 Also, familiarity with therapeutic jurisprudence cannot be. One of the most important legal theoretical developments of the past two decades has been the creation and dynamic growth of therapeutic jurisprudence (TJ). Initially employed in cases involving individuals with mental disabilities, but subsequently expanded far beyond that narrow area, therapeutic jurisprudence presents a new model for assessing the impact of case law and legislation.
This book explores the affinity between the Law and Literature and Therapeutic Jurisprudence movements. Law and Literature focuses on the analysis and criticism of literary works that have legal themes, portray lawyers, or depict legal practice/5(2). Law in a Therapeutic Key is an anthology of works written by authors from a variety of backgrounds. This book illustrates some of the best and most provocative new therapeutic jurisprudence work in fields ranging from mental health law to correctional law, criminal law, family and juvenile law, evidence law, labor arbitration law, and many more.
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Therapeutic jurisprudence focuses our attention on this previously underappreciated aspect, humanizing the law and concerning itself with the human, emotional, psychological side of law and the legal process.
Basically, therapeutic jurisprudence is a perspective that regards the law as a social force that produces behaviors and consequences. In recent years, the interdisciplinary perspective of therapeutic jurisprudence which focuses on the law s impact on emotional life and psychological well-being has increasingly moved from the academic world into the world of judging and law by: From a therapeutic jurisprudence perspective, the law is a social force that produces both therapeutic and anti-therapeutic consequences.
Professor David B. Wexler originally coined the term in and further developed the concept with Professor Bruce Winick in their book titled Essays in Therapeutic Jurisprudence.
Therapeutic jurisprudence (TJ) is an interdisciplinary field of philosophy and practice that examines the therapeutic and anti-therapeutic properties of laws and public policies, legal and dispute resolution systems, and legal institutions.
TJ values psychologically healthy outcomes in legal disputes and transactions, without claiming. Therapeutic jurisprudence refers to the study of how the law acts as a therapeutic agent.7 Within this concept, procedures, rules, and the legal roles that lawyers and judges play during the process of adjudication are all social forces that create consequences.8 The concept of therapeutic jurisprudence suggests that reducing the “anti File Size: KB.
This book explores the affinity between the Law and Literature and Therapeutic Jurisprudence movements. Law and Literature focuses on the analysis and criticism of literary works that have legal themes, portray lawyers, or depict legal by: 3. The community of therapeutic jurisprudence (TJ) scholars and practitioners has grown in size and influence, both nationally and internationally, to the point where it has become a key driver of.
Therapeutic Jurisprudence is a principle that focuses on how laws and legal procedures can affect the emotional well-being of an offender or defendant. TJ is an interdisciplinary approach used to. Therapeutic jurisprudence is the study of the law's healing potential (Wexler & Winick, ; Wexler & Winick, ; Winick, ; Winick, b).
An interdisciplinary approach to legal scholarship that has a law reform agenda, therapeutic jurisprudence seeks to assess the therapeutic and counter-therapeutic consequences of the law and how it. Therapeutic Jurisprudence. K likes. TJ is an interdisciplinary approach to law, a research tool or a way to look at the law in a richer way and to study the extent to which a legal rule, procedure 5/5.
The Methodology and Practice of Therapeutic Jurisprudence is the first comprehensive work that explores and explains how to conduct TJ research. In this book, the world’s leading TJ scholars identify, illustrate, and explain the vocabulary, methodology, and theoretical frameworks they have used to inform some of their most important and Pages: Stobbs, Nigel () Therapeutic jurisprudence as theoretical and applied research.
In Vols, M, Stobbs, N, & Bartels, L (Eds.) The methodology and practice of therapeutic jurisprudence. Carolina Academic Press, United States of America, pp. Author: Nigel Stobbs. Book Review: Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Overcoming Violence Against Women.
Posted on Febru by mainstreamtj. Nabeela Siddiqui reviews an excellent new TJ resource Therapeutic jurisprudence focuses on the impression that law makes on the psychological and social wellbeing of a person.
Society is indeed the laboratory to test the. Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Overcoming Violence Against Women is a comprehensive reference source for the latest scholarly research on the strategic role of jurisprudential practices to benefit women and protect women’s rights.
Highlighting a range of perspectives on topics such as reproductive rights, workplace safety, and victim-offender. Through an understanding of the civil commitment of people with mental illness, this book offers a new model of commitment which strikes an appropriate balance between the protection of legal rights and the achievement of clinical needs.
The model uses therapeutic jurisprudence to examine a variety of issues relating to civil commitment and proposes how legal practices may be restructured to.
The advent of therapeutic jurisprudence and problem-solving courts has stimulated interest in how the actions of judicial officers in courts and tribunals generally can either impede or advance justice system outcomes such as satisfaction in and respect for the justice system and the comprehensive resolution of criminal, civil, family and.
Therapeutic Jurisprudence: New Zealand Perspectives (eBook) Price: $90 it is possible to reconfigure some domains of law so that the law is able to operate more effectively as a therapeutic agent. The book explores the therapeutic potential of law in an eclectic range of subject areas.
throughout the book various practice domains in New. A keynote address and foreword/chapter for the book edited by Prof. Warren Brookbanks, Essays on Therapeutic Jurisprudence in New Zealand (), a book prepared for the 4th International Author: David B.
Wexler. The Concept of Therapeutic Jurisprudence. For many years judges, lawyers and justice system officials have been aware in individual cases of how the legal process impacts upon the wellbeing of those involved - such as where a judge allows a witness a short adjournment to collect herself after a difficult time in the witness box or where a.
] Restorative Justice and Therapeutic Jurisprudence skills For example, linguistic intelligence relates to the skill in using language, such as to persuade, explain or remember.
Gardner also suggested that there are interpersonal and intrapersonal intelli-gences which relate in part to understanding and managing emotions Intraper- sonal intelligence involves being aware of one.
THE JURISPRUDENCE OF THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE Bruce J. Winick University of Miami In less than a decade, therapeutic jurisprudence, which began as a scholarly approach to mental health law, has emerged as a mental health approach to law generally. In this essay, one of the founders of this new field offers a further elaboration of theCited by: The book explores whether existing laws addressing domestic violence, custody laws, rape laws, child custody laws, internet laws meet, or can meet, the goals of therapeutic jurisprudence.
The book is truly global.The growth of therapeutic jurisprudence is beginning to have important ramifications in legal education. A number of law schools are teaching therapeutic jurisprudence in courses and clinics, and in an entire St.
Thomas Law Review Symposium was devoted to therapeutic jurisprudence and clinical legal education. The websiteCited by: