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High-Rises, Staircases, and Social Distancing: TJ in Informal Policy Statements

David B. Wexler We’re all now in lockdown. I’ve been spending my time cooped up in my San Juan, Puerto Rico apartment, gladly doing my share to reduce the spread of the Coved19 virus and trying to protect myself from the same. I’m fortunate to be able to give my classes online, and I’ve been …

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Special TJ Issue of American Behavioral Scientist

Kelly Frailing (Loyola New Orleans, School of Criminology and Justice) and ISTJ Board Member Michael Perlin will be co-editing a special symposium issue of the American Behavioral Scientist, on Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Non-Judicial Decision Making. The special issue will include articles from several TJ members, including Debbie Dorfman, Voula Marinos and Lisa Whittingham. The special …

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Therapeutic Law Week – Israel, Dec 2019

The Non-Adversarial and Therapeutic Justice Center (NATJC) is continuously heading various activities related to TJ. In December 2019 the NATJC held the conference “Dispute-Settlers – Challenges and Dilemmas” dealt with the changes in the role of lawyers, mediators and judges in dispute resolution procedures. The conference included a panel discussion on ethical aspects and dilemmas …

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Board Meeting Minutes – 17 May 2019

Present:  David Yamada (Chair), David Wexler, Shelley Kierstead, Heather Cucuolo, Michael Perlin, Nigel Stobbs, Astrid Birgden, Pauline Spencer.    And Rachael (website guru) Apologies:  Anna Kawalek, Ginger Lerner-Wren, Amy Campbell, Kathy Cerminara, Martine Evans FINANCES 2018 income 9,255.00 donations (1480) and membership fees $7775); After Paypal fees (422.57) Total received 8,832.43. Treasurer Heather reported that she …

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ANNOUNCING THE CREATION OF AN ISTJ OCCASIONAL PAPERS SERIES

During 2019, the ISTJ will launch a peer-reviewed Occasional Papers Series for original pieces of 1,000-5,000 words. This publication format will help us to bridge the gap between shorter writings such as blog posts and opinion pieces and longer writings such as journal articles and book chapters. This will be an interdisciplinary series that publishes …

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