The International Journal of Therapeutic Jurisprudence Volume 1, by Review, Arizona Summit Law Review Ariz; Herzog-Evans, Martine; Yang, Suzanne; Cooper, Caroline; Carroll, Lori; O'Byrne, Paula; Garofalo, Jontue; Parker, Nikkole; Zariski, Archie; Johnson, Douglas; Harwood, H. Patrick; Wexler, David; Hewes, Kimberly; Gerke
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- ISBN: 9781483582603 | 1483582604
- Cover: Paperback
- Copyright: 10/20/2016
This is the inaugural issue of the International Journal of Therapeutic Jurisprudence, a journal produced by Arizona Summit Law Review. It provides a collection of student, academic, and practitioner articles on the topic of Therapeutic Jurisprudence ("TJ"). Therapeutic Jurisprudence is a way of looking at "law as therapy" or “therapy through law.” It grew out of mental health law and the scholarly writings of Professor David Wexler in the late 1980's. Its applications have expanded into all areas of the law since then. This journal attempts to capture just of few of the many applications of TJ. This Journal is somewhat of a hybrid between a typical law review journal and a journal on social sciences. Its mission is to publish practical material that engages and influences both the legal and scientific communities. Specifically this issue presents fifteen articles ranging from practitioners' use of TJ principles, TJ applications in criminal sentencing and restoration, to mainstream applications of TJ and procedural justice.