The Therapeutic Jurisprudence Forum
of Revista Juridica
The Law Journal at The University of Puerto Rico--Revista Juridica
UPR--has launched a Therapeutic Jurisprudence Forum. The forum will
regularly publish high-quality work in Therapeutic Jurisprudence by
academics, practitioners, and students from all relevant disciplines (eg,
law, psychology, psychiatry, criminology, social work, public health,
etc.). The Revista Juridica articles are also available on computerized
research services such as Westlaw and Lexis. Subscriptions to Revista
Juridica are available for $34 per year, which can be paid by check or
credit card. Submissions and subscriptions should be addressed to:
Escuela de Derecho
Universidad de Puerto Rico
P.O. Box 23349
San Juan, Puerto Rico 00931-3349
The easiest way to find a specific entry will be to use the Find command
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Revista Juridica contains the following articles in the Therapeutic
- Volume 71, Number 1
- Wexler, David B. Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Legal
Education: Where do we go from Here? at 177.
- Volume 70, Number 3
- Carol M. Romey Book Presentation: Practicing Therapeutic
Jurisprudence, Law as a Helping Profession By Dennis Stolle, David Wexler
& Bruce Winick at 1001.
- Volume 68, Number 3
- David B. Wexler, The Development of Therapeutic Jurisprudence: From
Theory To Practice, at 691.
- Thomas J. Mescall II, Legally Induced Participation and Waiver of
Juvenile Courts: A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Analysis, at 707.
- Volume 68, Number 1
Justo Arenas and Carol M. Romey, Professional Judgement Standard
and Losing Games for Psychology, Experts, and the Courts, at 159.
- Volume 67, Number 3
- Denise Armstrong, Criminal Justice and Public Policy Concerns of
Community Conferences: Some Observations on "Community Conferences: Shame
and Anger in Therapeutic Jurisprudence" By Thomas Scheff, at 605.
- John Braithwaite, Education, Truth, Reconciliation: Comment on
Scheff, at 609.
- Lisa Callahan, Is There Community for Community Conferences? A
Response to Scheff, at 615.
- Christian Courtis, Breves Comentarios A "Community Conferences:
Shame and Anger in Therapeutic Jurisprudence" De Thomas Scheff, at
- Bernard E. Harcourt, Placing Shame in Context: A Response to
Thomas Scheff On Community Conferences and Therapeutic Jurisprudence,
- Kate Paradine, Community, Shame and Anger: Family Group
Conferences and Domestic Violence, at 635.
- Jeffery E. Pfeifer, Defining the Community in Community
Conferencing, at 641.
- Pamela A. Roby, Community Conferencing in Therapeutic
Jurisprudence: Perspectives on the Victim-Offender Emotional
Exchange, at 645.
- Pamela Casey, David Rottman, A Response to Scheff: Don't Write
Off the Courts, at 653.
- William G. Schma, Community Conferences: Reshaping Criminal
Justice, at 661.
- Robert F. Schopp, Integrating Restorative Justice and Therapeutic
Jurisprudence, at 665.
- Michael A. Town, Court as Convener and Provider of Therapeutic
Justice, at 671.
- Thomas Scheff, Response to Comments, at 677.
- Volume 67, Number 2
- David B. Wexler, Practicing Therapeutic Jurisprudence:
Psycholegal Soft Spots and Strategies, at 317.
- Volume 67, Number 1
- Thomas J. Scheff, Community Conferences: Shame and Anger in
Therapeutic Jurisprudence, at 95.
- Eilis S. Magner, Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Its Potential in
Australia, at 121.
- Kathryn E. Maxwell, Preventive Lawyering Strategies to Mitigate
the Detrimental Effects of Client's Divorces on Their Children, at
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