Guest Columns

The following is a listing of the guest columns written by attorneys, law school professors, judges and others in their practice and teaching of the law.
  1. David Wexler, TJ Across The Law School Curriculum: July 2010.

  2. Dr. Karni Perlman, The New Judge? Challenges and Transformations of the Judicial Role in the Beginning of the 21st Century in view of the ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) and the Therapeutic Jurisprudence Movements: March 2010.

  3. Captain Evan R. Seamone, The Relationship-Centered Lawyering Perspective in Legal Services for Active and Separated Military Personnel who Suffer from Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: March 2010.

  4. Michael Perlin, A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Inquiry Into the Roles of Dignity and Humiliation in the Law: December 2009.

  5. Shelley Kierstead, Teaching Rhetoric in Legal Research and Writing with a Therapeutic Jurisprudence Lens: April 2009.

  6. George Pulikuthiyil, Justice As A Healing Force: September 2008.

  7. Hon. Ginger Lerner-Wren, Justice Speaks -- Applying Therapeutic Jurisprudence (TJ) In A Court Of General Jurisdiction: May, 2008.

  8. Dejo Olowu, Implications of Therapeutic Jurisprudence for Adversarial Legal Cultures: Reflections on the African Paradigm: February, 2008.

  9. Joel Parris, Reinforcing Reform Efforts Through Probation Progress Reports: October, 2006.

  10. Karine Langley Ph.D, Felling Goliath: Winning with an Interdiciplinary Approach: February, 2006.

  11. Hon. Muhammad Amir Munir, The TJ Elements in Juvenile Justice System of Pakistan Problems for a Juvenile Court to Act Therapeutically: August, 2005.

  12. Dr Michael S. King, Using Sentencing Remarks to Promote Reintegration and Healing: March, 2005.