Cumulative Bibliography

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Videos
Books and Monographs
Symposia
Articles, Chapters, etc.

Videos

  1. CLARK COUNTY RESTORATIVE JUSTICE AND PROBLEM SOLVING APPROACHES TO CRIME (CVTV-Channel 23 2001): For more information contact Clark-Vancouver Television, PO Box 1995, Vancouver, Washington 98668.

  2. DRUG TREATMENT COURTS: APPLIED THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE (Western Michigan University 2000): a panel of experts consisting of Professor Bruce J Winick from the Univ. of Miami School of Law School; Professor David B. Wexler from the University of Arizona and Puerto Rico Law Schools; Judge Peggy Hora of Alameda County, CA; and Judge William Schma of Kalamazoo County, MI discuss the Drug Treatment Court movement. They focused on the school of legal thought known as Therapeutic Jurisprudence, the study of the extent to which the law, legal policy, and legal actors affect the mental and physical welfare of litigants, clients and society in general. For a copy of this video send a check for $10.00 made out to "Kalamazoo County Circuit Court" c/o Circuit Court A, Attn. Hon. William Schma, 227 W. Michigan Ave., Kalamazoo, MI 49007.

  3. INTRODUCING TJ (Mary Providence Magill 2000): a must for law library and classroom. Widely praised, it is considered the definitive study of Mental Health Court in action; from the street to the dock, and then on to treatment. The camera in the courtroom documents the efficacy of TJ, and shows the system working toward a solution. Information at http://hometown.aol.com/ibonobos/myhomepage/newsletter.html or IntroducingTJ@aol.com.

  4. THE JOURNEY (Magic Lantern Communications ltd): This video depicts the journey of 4 addicts as they participate in the Toronto Drug Treatment Court. For ordering information contact Magic Lantern Communications ltd, 1075 North Service Road West, Unit 27, Oakville, Ontario L6M 2G2 CANADA and reference order #869-31-102. The price is $25 Canadian.

  5. RED HOOK JUSTICE (PBS 2005): Red Hook, Brooklyn, a neighborhood plagued by a cycle of unemployment, poverty and crime, established a community court in 2000. Follow the ups and downs of several defendants and staffers involved in this legal revolution.in which offenders are sentenced to job training, drug counseling and community service instead of jail time.that has become a model for courts nationwide. In order to purchase or rent the DVD of this video please go to http://www.frif.com/new2004/hook.html

  6. THE SPECIALIZED COURT SYSTEM IN CLARK COUNTY (CVTV-Channel 23 2001): a description of how the specialized courts in Clark County are being run. For more information contact Clark-Vancouver Television, PO Box 1995, Vancouver, Washington 98668.

  7. TJ AND LAWYERING (Texas Tech University School of Law 2002): Copy of a lecture given by noted Texas lawyer John V. McShane and TJ co-founder Bruce Winick at the Texas Tech University School of Law. For a copy of this video email Eileen Russell at erussell@law.miami.edu. The cost of reproduction will be about $7.00.

  8. TJ IN PRACTICE (Kalamazoo County Circuit Court): an interview of TJ practicing lawyer by a tj practicing judge. Atty Richard Halpert and Judge Bill Schma of Kalamazoo MI discuss the 25 year personal injury litigation career of plaintiff's atty Halpert and trace his personal and professional transformation from gladiator to healer. For a copy of this video send a check for $10.00 made out to "Kalamazoo County Circuit Court" c/o Circuit Court A, Attn. Hon. William Schma, 227 W. Michigan Ave., Kalamazoo, MI 49007.

Books and Monographs

  1. Bryan, Penelope Eileen. Procedural Justice and Sociological Reform American Psychological Association (2006).

  2. Bureau of Justice Assistance. A Guide To Mental Health Court Design and Implementation http://209.162.194.102/mhcourts/Guide-MHC-Design.pdf (2005).

  3. Behnke, Stephen H., Winick, Bruce J., and Perez, Alina. The Essentials of Florida Mental Health Law. WW Norton & Co (2000).

  4. Daicoff, Susan. Lawyer, Know Thyself: A Psychological Analysis of Personality Strengths and Weaknesses. American Psychological Association Books (2004).

  5. Diesfield, Kate & Freckelton, Ian (eds). Involuntary Detention and Therapeutic Jurisprudence: International Perspectives on Civil Commitment. London: Ashgate (2003).

  6. Freckelton, Ian. Criminal Injuries Compensation: Law, Practice and Policy. (2000).

  7. Goldberg, Susan. Judging for the 21st Century: A Problem-Solving Approach National Judicial Institute (Canada), (2005).

  8. Goldberg, Susan. Juger Au XXI Siècle: Une Approche Axée Sur La Résolution De Problèmes National Judicial Institute (Canada), (2005).

  9. Henry, Nicola Michele. Disclosure, Sexual Violence and International Jurisprudence: A Therapeutic Approach The University of Melbourne, Department of Criminology (Australia), (April, 2005).

  10. Holmburg, Ulf. Police Interviews With Victims and Suspects of Violent and Sexual Crimes: Interviewees' Experiences and Interview Outcomes. Department of Psychology, Stockholm University, http://www.diva-portal.org/diva/getDocument?urn_nbn_se_su_diva-64-1__fulltext.pdf (2004).

  11. Kapp, Marshall. "The Law and Older Persons: Is Geriatric Jurisprudence Therapeutic?" Carolina Academic Press (2003)

  12. Levine, Murray, and Howard J. Doueck. The Impact of Mandated Reporting on the Therapeutic Process: Picking Up the Pieces Sage (1995).

  13. McGuire, James (ed). What Works: Reducing Reoffending: Guidelines from Research and Practice. Imprint Chichester, Wiley; New York (1995).

  14. Nolan, Jr., James L. Reinventing Justice: The American Drug Court Movement. Princeton University Press (2001).

  15. Perlin, Michael L. The Hidden Prejudice: Mental Deisability on Trial. American Psychological Association (2000).

  16. -----. Mental Disability Law: Cases and Materials. Carolina Academic Press (1999).

  17. -----. The Jurisprudence of the Insanity Defense. Durham: Carolina Academic Press, (1994).

  18. Phillips, Barbara Ashley. The Mediation Field Guide: Transcending Litigation and Resolving Conflicts In Your Business or Organization. Jossey-Bass. (2001).

  19. Ronner, Amy D. Homophobia and the Law American Psychological Association, (2005).

  20. Sales, Bruce D., and Daniel W. Shuman, editors. Law, Mental Health, and Mental Disorders. Pacific Grove: Brooks/Cole Publishing Company (1996).

  21. Dennis P. Stolle, David B. Wexler, & Bruce J. Winick (eds.), Practicing Therapeutic Jurisprudence Durham: Carolina Academic Press (2000).

  22. Pauline Tessler. Collaborative Law: Achieving Effective Resolution in Divorce Without Litigation. Chicago: American Bar Association (2001).

  23. Wexler, David B., editor. Therapeutic Jurisprudence: The Law as a Therapeutic Agent. Durham: Carolina Academic Press (1990).

  24. Wexler, David B., and Bruce J. Winick, editors. Law in a Therapeutic Key. Durham: Carolina Academic Press (1996).

  25. -----. Essays in Therapeutic Jurisprudence. Durham: Carolina Academic Press (1991).

  26. Winick, Bruce J. Civil Commitment: A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Model. Durham: Carolina Academic Press (2005).

  27. Winick, Bruce J. Therapeutic Jurisprudence Applied: Essays on Mental Health Law. Durham: Carolina Academic Press (1997).

  28. -----. The Right to Refuse Mental Health Treatment. American Psychological Association Books, (1996).

  29. Winick, Bruce J. & Wexler, David B (eds). Judging In A Therapeutic Key: Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Courts. Carolina Academic Press (2003).

Symposia

  1. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry: "Mental Health Law and Mental Health Care," Volume 64, 172 (1994).

  2. Arizona Law Review: "Therapeutic Jurisprudence," Volume 41(2), 263 (1999).

  3. Behavioral Sciences & the Law: "International Perspectives on Therapeutic Jurisprudence," Volume 18(4), 411 (2000).

  4. Behavioral Sciences & the Law: "International Perspectives on Therapeutic Jurisprudence," Volume 17(5), 553 (1999).

  5. Contemporary Issues in Law: "Therapeutic Jurisprudence" Volume 7(1), (2003/2004).

  6. Court Review: "Special Issue on Therapeutic Jurisprudence," Volume 37(1), (Spring 2000).

  7. Criminal Law Bulletin: "Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Criminal Law" Volume 38(2), 200 (2002).

  8. Florida Coastal Law Journal: "Therapeutic Jurisprudence Symposium." Volume 3(2), 113, (2002).

  9. Fordham Urban Law Journal: "Problem-Solving Courts" Volume 29 (2002).

  10. Georgia State University Law Review: "Symposium: Therapeutic Approaches to Conflict Resolution in Health Care Settings" Volume 21(4), (Summer, 2005).

  11. Journal of Law and Psychiarty: "Special Issue: Specialty Courts" Volume 26(1) (Jan/Feb 2003).

  12. Journal of Nursing Law: "Thepapeutic Jurisprudence and Nursing" Volume 8(4), (2002).

  13. Law In Context: "Therapeutic Jurisprudence" Volume 20(2) (2003).

  14. New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement: "Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Bridging the Gap From Theory to Practice," Volume 20, 243 (1994).

  15. New York Law School Journal of Human Rights: "Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Restructuring Mental Disability Law," Volume 10, 623 (1993).

  16. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law: "Special Theme: Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Preventive Law Transforming Legal Practice and Education," Volume 5(4), (December 1999).

  17. Psychology, Public Policy, & Law: "Therapeutic Jurisprudence," Volume 1, 6 (1995).

  18. Seattle Law Review: "Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Issues, Analysis, and Applications," Volume 24(2), 217 (2000).

  19. St. Thomas Law Review: "Symposium Issue: Therapeutic Jurisprudence in Clinical Legal Education and Legal Skills Training." Volume 17(3), (2005).

  20. Touro Law Review: "The Varieties of Therapeutic Experience: Excerpts from the Second International Conference on Therapeutic Jurisprudence" Volume 18(3), (2002).

  21. University of Cincinnati Law Review: "Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Children." Volume 71(1), 13 (2002).

  22. Western Criminology Review: "Special Issue: Therapeutic Jurisprudence," Volume 4(2), http://wcr.sonoma.edu/v4n2/v4n2.html (2003).

Articles, Chapters, etc.

This section is organized according to the last name of the first author listed in the article. If you do not know who the first author was, then the easiest way to find a particular article is to use the "find" command on your browser.

A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z

    A

  1. Abbott, Melanie B. "Seeking Shelter Under A Deconstructed Roof: Homelessness and Critical Lawyering." 64 Tennessee Law Review 269, (1997).

  2. Abisch, Janet B. "Mediational Lawyering in the Civil Commitment Context: A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Solution to the Counsel Role Dilemma." 1 Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 120, (1995).

  3. Abrahamson, Shirley S. "The Appeal of Therapeutic Jurisprudence." 24 Seattle University Law Review 2, 228 (2000).

  4. Abrams, Roger I., Frances E. Abrams, and Dennis R. Nolan. "Arbitral Therapy." 46 Rutgers Law Review 1751, (1994).

  5. Acker, James R. "Review of Essays in Therapeutic Jurisprudence, by David B. Wexler and Bruce J. Winick." 20 Journal of Psychiatry and Law 272, (1992).

  6. Acquaviva, Gregory L. "Mental Health Courts: No Longer Experimental" 36 Seaton Hall Law Review 971, (2006).

  7. Allan, Alfred. "The Past, Present and Future of Mental Health Law: A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Analysis" 20(2) Law In Context (2003).

  8. Allan, Alfred & Allan, Mariejie. "The South African Truth and Reconcilliation Commission as a Therapeutic Tool." 18 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 459, (2000)

  9. Anaya, S. James. "The United States Supreme Court and Indigenous Peoples: Still A Long Way to Go Toward a Therapeutic Role." 24 Seattle University Law Review 2, 229 (2000).

  10. Anderer, Stephen J. & Glass, David J. "A Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Preventive Law Approach to Family Law," in Dennis P. Stolle, David B. Wexler, & Bruce J. Winick (eds.), Practicing Therapeutic Jurisprudence Durham: Carolina Academic Press 207, (2000).

  11. Anderson, Elizabeth, Murray Levine, Anupama Sharma, Louise Ferretti, Karen Steinberg, and Leah Wallach. "Coercive Uses of Mandatory Reporting in Therapeutic Relationships." 11 Behavioral Sciences and the Law 335, (1993).

  12. Aponte Toro, Roberto P. "Noriega v. Hernandez Colon: Political Persecution Under Therapeutic Scrutiny." 24 Seattle University Law Review 2, 555 (2000).

  13. -----. "The Road Ahead: A First Week Agenda." 69 Revista Juridica Universidad de Puerto Rico 777, (2000).

  14. -----. "Sanity in International Relations: An Experience in Therapeutic Jurisprudence." 30 University of Miami Inter-American Law Review 659, (1999).

  15. Arenas, Justo, Romey, Carol M. "Professional Judgement Standard and Losing Games for Psychology, Experts, and the Courts." 68 Revista Juridica Universidad de Puerto Rico 159, (1999)

  16. Arguelles, Luis Muniz. "Yelling, Not Telling: An Antitherapeutic Approach Promoting Conflict." 24 Seattle University Law Review 2, 237 (2000).

  17. Armstrong, Denise. "Criminal Justice and Public Policy Concerns of Community Conferences: Some Observations on Community Conferences: Shame and Anger in Therapeutic Jurisprudence." 67 Revista Juridica Universidad de Puerto Rico 605, (1998).

  18. Armstrong, Mark W. "The New Arizona Rules for Family Law Procedure." 42 Family Law Procedure 30, (February, 2006).

  19. -----. "Therapeutiuc Justice: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Family Law Cases." Maricopa Lawyer 3, (July, 1999).

  20. Arredondo, David E. et al. "Juvenile Mental Health Court: Rationale and Protocols" 52(4) Juvenile and Family Court Judge 1 (Fall 2001).

  21. Arrigo, Bruce A. "The Ethics of Therapeutic Jurisprudence: A Critical and Theoretical Inquiry of Law, Psychology, and Crime." 11 Psychiatry, Psychology, and Law 23, (2004).

  22. Arrigo, Bruce A. & Williams, Christopher R. "The Ethics of Advocacy for the Mentally Ill: Philosophic and Ethnographic Considerations." 24 Seattle University Law Review 2, 245 (2000).

  23. Arrigo, Bruce A & Tosca, Jeffery J. "Right to Refuse Treatment, Competency tobe Executed, and Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Toward A Systematic Analysis." 23 Law & Psychology Review 1, (1999).

  24. Ashbury, Thomas F. "Spiritual Outputs Approach to Rehabilitation: Alternative Sentencing Theory," 3 Florida Coastal Law Journal, 41 (2001).

  25. Atwood, Barbara Ann. "Tribal Jurisprudence and Cultural Meanings of the Family." 79 Nebraska Law Review 577, (2000).

    B

  26. Babb, Barbara. "A Unified Family Court," in Winick, Bruce J. & Wexler, David B (eds). Judging In A Therapeutic Key: Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Courts. Carolina Academic Press, 286, (2003).

  27. -----. "Fashioning an Interdisciplinary Framework for Court Reform in Family Law: A Blueprint to Construct a Unified Family Court." 71 Southern California Law Review 469, (1998).

  28. -----. "An Interdisciplinary Approach to Family Law Jurisprudence: Application of an Ecological and Therapeutic Perspective." 72 Indiana Law Journal http://www.law.indiana.edu/ilj/v72/no3/babb1.html 775, (Summer, 1997).

  29. Babb, Barbara & Moran, Judith D. "Substance Abuse, Families, and Unified Family Courts: The Creation of a Caring Justice System." 3 Journal of Health Care Law & Policy 1, (1999).

  30. Baker, Gregory. "Book Review: Judging in a Therapeutic Key" 2(3) Problem Solving Reporter (Fall, 2005).

  31. Baker, Gregory & Zawid, Jennifer. "The Birth of a Therapeutic Courts Externship Program: Hard Labor but Worth the Effort." 17(3) St. Thomas Law Review 711, (2005).

  32. Bakht, Natasha. ""Problem Solving Courts as Agents of Change." 50(3) Criminal Law Quarterly 224, (June 2005).

  33. Bakht, Natasha with Bently, Paul Hon. "Problem Solving Courts as Agents of Change." 15(3) Commonwealth Judicial Journal 15(3), (2004).

  34. Barnum, Richard, and Thomas Grisso. "Competence to Stand Trial in Juvenile Court in Massachusetts: Issues of Therapeutic Jurisprudence." 20 New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement 321, (1994).

  35. Barton, Thomas D. "Therapeutic Jurisprudence, Preventive Law, and Creative Problem Solving: An Essay on Harnessing Emotion and Human Connection." 5 Psychol. Pub. Pol'y & L. 921, (1999).

  36. Barton, Thomas D. and Cooper, James M., "Preventive Law and Creative Problem Solving: Multi-Dimensional Lawyering." http://www.preventivelawyer.org/content/pdfs/Multi_Dimensional_Lawyer.pdf

  37. Behnke, H Stephen, Elyn R Saks. "Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Informed Consent As A Clinical Indication for the Chronically Suicidal Patient With Borderline Personality Disorder." 31 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 945, (1998).

  38. Belenko, Steven & Dembo, Richard. "Treating Adolescent Substance Abuse Problems in the Juvenile Court." 26(1) Intl J of Law & Psychiatry 87, (2003).

  39. Bell, Rhonda. "National Experts Tout Effectiveness of Specialized Drug Court Judges Take Active Roles In Changing Behaviors." New Orleans Times, July 11, 1999 (1999).

  40. Bentley, Paul Hon. "Book Review of Winick and Wexler, Judging in A Therapeutic Key." 48 Criminal Law Quarterly 267 (2003).

  41. Bennett, Paul. "Secret Reflections: Some Thoughts About Secrets and Court Processes in Child Protection Matters." 45 Ariz. L. Rev. 713, (2003).

  42. Berkheiser, Mary. "Frasier Meets CLEA: Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Law School Clinics." 5 Psychol. Pub. Pol'y & L. 1147, (1999).

  43. Berman, Greg. "Redefining Criminal Courts: Problem-Solving and the Meaning of Justice." 41 American Criminal Law Review 1313 (2004).

  44. Bibas, Stephanos. "Bringing Moral Values into a Flawed Plea Bargaining System."   88 Cornell Law Review 1425 http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=393962 (2003). *Note:  Select to download the full text document from an SSRN site.

  45. -----. "Using Plea Procedures to Combat Denial and Minimization," in Winick, Bruce J. & Wexler, David B (eds). Judging In A Therapeutic Key: Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Courts. Carolina Academic Press, 169, (2003).

  46. Bigby, Christine & Tait, Sue. "Evaluation of the Independent Review of A Major Life Decision Affecting People Who Have An Intellectual Disability," 11 Psychology and Law 202, (2004).

  47. Birgden, Astrid. "Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Sex Offenders: A Psycho-Legal Approach to Protection." 16(4) Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, 351, (2004).

  48. -----. "Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Responsivity: Finding the Will and the Way in Offender Rehabilitation." 10(3) Psychology, Crime, and law 283, (2004).

  49. -----. "Therapeutic Jurisprudence: The Role of Forensic Psychology." in R. Sarre & J. Tomaino (eds.), Considering Crime and Justice: Realities and Responses Adelaide: Crawford House Publishing, 166, (2004).

  50. -----. "Therapeutic Jurisprudence and 'Good Lives': A Rehabilitation Framework for Corrections." 37 Australian Psychologist 180-186, (2002).

  51. -----. "Dealing with the Resistant Criminal Client:A Psychologically-Minded Strategy for More Effective Legal Counseling" 38(2) Criminal Law Bulletin 255 (2002).

  52. Birgden, Astrid & Vincent, Frank. "Maximising Therapeutic Effects in Treating Sexual Offenders in an Australian Correctional System." 18 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 479, (2000)

  53. Birgden, Astrid & Ward, Tony. "Jurisprudential Considerations: Pragmatic Psychology Through a Therapeutic Jurisprudence Lens: Psycholegal Soft Spots in the Criminal Justice System." 9 Psych. Pub. Pol. and L. 334, (2003)

  54. Bloom, Joseph D. and Mary H. Williams. "Conditional Release as a National Standard for the Treatment of insanity Acquittees." In Management and Treatment of Insanity Acquittees: A Model for the 1990's, by Joseph D. Bloom and Mary H. Williams, pp. 203-217. Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press, Inc. (1994).

  55. Boldt, Richard & Singer, Jana. "Juristocracy In The Trenches: Problem-Solving Judges And Therapeutic Jurisprudence In Drug Treatment Courts And Unified Family Courts." 65 Maryland Law Review 82, (2006).

  56. Boothroyd, Roger A., et al. "The Broward Mental Health Court: Process, Outcomes, and Service Utilization." 26(1) Intl J of Law and Psychiatry 55, (2003).

  57. Bozza, John A., Hon. "The Devil Made Me Do It: Legal Implications of the New Treatment Imperative." 12 Southern Calif Interdisciplinary Law Review 55, (2003).

  58. Braithwaite, John. Restorative Justice and Therapeutic Jurisprudence 38(2) Criminal Law Bulletin 244, (2002).

  59. -----. "Education, Truth, Reconciliation: Comment on Scheff." 67 Revista Juridica Universidad de Puerto Rico 609, (1998).

  60. Brody, David C. & Mcmillan, Heidee. "Combating Fetal Substance Abuse and Governmental Foolhardiness Through Collaborative Linkages, Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Common Sense: Helping Women Help Themselves." 12 Hastings Women's Law Journal 243, (2000).

  61. Brookbanks, Warren. "Narrative Medical Competence and Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Moving Towards a Synthesis" 20(2) Law In Context (2003).

  62. -----. "Narrative Medical Competence and Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Some Preliminary Thoughts." 4 New Zeland Bioethics Journal 16 (2003).

  63. -----. "Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Implications for Judging." New Zealand Law Journal, 463 (2003).

  64. -----. "Review of: Practicing TJ." 10 Journal of Law and Medicine 212, (2002).

  65. -----. "Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Conceiving an Ethical Framework." 8 Journal of Law and Medicine 328, (2001).

  66. Brooks, Susan L. "Practicing (and Teaching) Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Importing Social Work Principles and Techniques into Clinical Legal Education" 17(3) St. Thomas Law Review 513, (2005).

  67. -----. "The Case for Adoption Alternatives." 39 Family and Conciliation Courts Review 43, (2001).

  68. -----. "Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Preventive Law in Child Welfare Proceedings: A Family Systems Approach." 5 Psychol. Pub. Pol'y & L. 951, (1999).

  69. -----. "Therapeutic and Preventive Approaches to School Safety: Applications Of A Family Systems Model." 34 New England Law Review 615, (2000)

  70. Brooks, Susan L. & Roberts, Dorothy E. "Social Justice and Family Court Reform." 40 Fam. Ct. Rev. 453, (2002).

  71. Brown, Amy K. "Drug Courts Help Keep Families Together." 28 FLorida Bar News 1, (Sept. 15, 2001)

  72. Bryan, Penelope E. "Collaborative Divorce: Meaningful Reform or Another Quick Fix?" 5 Psychol. Pub. Pol'y & L. 1001, (1999).

  73. Burvill, Michael, et al. "The Management of Mentally Impaired Offienders within the South Australia Crimial Justice System." 26(1) Intl Journal of Law and Psychiatry 13, (2003).

    C

  74. Callahan, Lisa A. "Is There Community for Community Conferences? A Response to Scheff." 67 Revista Juridica Universidad de Puerto Rico 615, (1998).

  75. -----. "Review of Law in a Therapeutic Key, edited by David B. Wexler and Bruce J. Winick," 33 Criminal Law Bulletin 589, (1997).

  76. Carney, Terry. "Book Review of 'K. Diesfeld and I. Freckelton, Involuntary Detention and Therapeutic Jurisprudence; International Perspectives on Civil Commitment.'" 11 Psychiatry, Psychology, and Law. 180, (2004).

  77. Carney, Terry, et. al. "Therapeutic Pathways in Treatment of Severe Anorexia Nervosa?" 7(1) Contemporary Issues In Law 100, (2004).

  78. Carney, Terry & Saunders, Dominique. "Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Anorexia: A Synergy?" 20(2) Law In Context (2003).

  79. Carns, Teresa W. "Therapeutic Justice in Action: An Evaluation of Three Therapeutic Courts." 22(1) Alaska Justice Forum http://justice.uaa.alaska.edu/forum/22/1spring2005/b1_therapeuticcourts.html 2, (Spring 2005).

  80. Carns, Teresa W. et al. "Therapeutic Justice in Alaska's Courts." 19 Alaska Law Review 1 (2002).

  81. Carson, David. "Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Adversarial Injustice: Questioning Limits" 4 Western Criminology Review http://wcr.sonoma.edu/v4n2/carson.html (2003).

  82. Carson, David & Heginbotham, C. "Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Psychopathy: A Philisophical Exploration," in C. Heginbotham (ed) Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychopathy: Personal Identity in mental Disorder, Aldershot (UK): Ashgate 131-146, (2000).

  83. -----. "From Status to Contract: A Future for Mental Health Law." 17 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 645, (1999).

  84. -----. "Therapeutic Jurisprudence: An Alternative Approach to Issues Affecting the Criminal Justice System." In Does Punishment Work?, by James McGuire and Beverly Rowson, pp. 72-76 (1995).

  85. -----. "Therapeutic Jurisprudence for the United Kingdom?" 6 The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry 463, (1995).

  86. Carson, David, and David B. Wexler. "New Approaches to Mental Health Law: Will the UK Follow the US Lead, Again?" 1 The Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law 79, (1994).

  87. Cascardi, Michele et al. "Procedural Justice in the Context of Civil Commitment: An Analogue Study." 18 Behavioral Sciences and the Law 731, (2000).

  88. Casey, Pamela. "Court Populations in Need of Services: Defining the Court's Role." 16 Behavioral Sciences and the Law 157, (1998).

  89. Casey, Pamela & Rottman, David B. "Therapeutic Jurisprudence in the Courts." 18 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 445, http://www.ncsconline.org/D_ICM/readingrm/icmerroom_casey.htm (2000).

  90. Casey, Timothy. "When Good Intentions Are Not Enough: Problem-Solving Courts And The Impending Crisis of Legitimacy" 57 SMU Law Review 1459, (2004).

  91. Cerminara, Kathy L. "Dealing With Death: How Insurers Can Help Patients Seeking Last-Chance Therapies (Even When the Answer Is 'No')," 15 Health Matrix 285 (Summer, 2005).

  92. -----. "Contextualizing ADR in Managed Care: A Proposal Aimed at Easing Tensions and Resolving Conflicts." 33 Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal 547 (2002).

  93. -----. "Protecting Participants In And Beneficiaries of ERISA-Governed Managed Health-Care Plans." 29 University of Memphis Law Review 317, (1999)

  94. Cerminara, Kathy L. & Perez, Alina. "Therapeutic Death: A Look At Oregon's Law." 6 Psychology, Public Policy and Law 503, (2000).

  95. Champine, Pamela R. "Expertise and Instinct in the Assessment of Testamentary Capcity." 51 Villanova Law Review 25 (2006).

  96. -----. "Dealing with Mental Disability in Trust & Estate Law Practice: A Sanist Will?" 22 N.Y.L. Sch. J. Int'l & Comp. L http://www.nyls.edu/pdfs/v46n3-4p547-563.pdf 177, (2003).

  97. Chase, Deborah J. et al. "Community Courts and Family Law," 2 Journal of the Center for Families, Children and the Courts 37, (2000).

  98. Chase, Deborah J. & Hora, Peggy F. "The Implications of Therapeutic Jurisprudence for Judicial Satisfaction." 37 Court Review 12, http://aja.ncsc.dni.us/courtrv/cr37/cr37-1/CR9ChaseHora.pdf (2000).

  99. Christean, Arthur G. "Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Embracing a Tainted Ideal." The Sutherland Institute http://sutherlandinstitute.org/Publications/FocusonUtah/TherJuris/TherJuris.htm(2002).

  100. Ciappi, S. et al. "Therapeutic Jurisprudence. Riflessioni Su Di Una Concezione Postliberale Del Diritto E Della Pena." Rassegna Italiana di Criminologia, (12,3/4,) 355 (2001).

  101. Clark, Jim. "Book Review: The Hidden Prejudice: Mental Disability on Trial." 23(3) The Advocate 57, http://dpa.state.ky.us/library/advocate/may01/advframe.html (2000).

  102. Clark, Mike. "Influencing Positive Behavior Change: Increasing the Therapeutic Approach of Juvenile Courts," 65 Federal Probation 18, (2001).

  103. -----. "Change-Focused Drug Courts: Examining the Critical Ingredients of Positive Behavior Change." 3(2) National Drug Court Institute Review 35, (2001).

  104. -----. "Change-Focused Youth Work: The Critical Ingredients of Positive Behavior Change" 3 Journal of the Center for Families, Children & the Courts 59, http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/programs/cfcc/pdffiles/V3Clark.pdf (2001).

  105. -----. "Parental Substance Abuse: Critical Concepts for Effective Child Law Practice," 19 Child Law Practice-Helping Lawyers Help Kids - American Bar Association 145, (2000).

  106. -----. "The Juvenile Drug Court Judge and Lawyer: Four Common Mistakes in Treating the Drug Court Adolescent," 51 Juvenile and Family Court Journal 37, (2000).

  107. -----. "Choice and Responsibility in Recovery from Addictions," 14 Professional Counselor 26, (1999).

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