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American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting 2019
November 13, 2019 - November 16, 2019$50 – $240
The theme for the meeting is Criminology in the New Era: Confronting Injustice and Inequalities.
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On Friday, November 15, 2019, Michael Perlin will moderate a TJ panel on Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Judicial Decision-making by Non-Judicial officers, as part of the Indigent Defense Research Association stream. His paper will be “Man, I Ain’t A Judge”: The Therapeutic Jurisprudence Implications of the Use of Non-judicial Officers in Criminal Justice Cases. Other papers to be presented by ISTJ members will be:
Deborah Dorfman, Esq., Health Law Program Director/Senior Staff Attorney, at the Washington Autism Alliance & Advocacy, Thwarting the Principles of Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Implications of Non-Judicial Decision-Making in Imposing Restrictive Interventions on People with Mental Health Disabilities in Jails, Prisons and Institutions.
Alison J. Lynch, Esq., Associate, Mental Disability Law & Policy Associates, The Role of Therapeutic Jurisprudence in Non-Judicial/Administrative Placement of Migrant Children with Mental Illness
Judge Kevin S. Burke (District Court, state of Minnesota), Procedural Fairness Can Improve Any Kind of Court, and
Prof. Kelly Frailing & Brandi Alfonso, Loyola University New Orleans, Therapeutic Jurisprudence in Swift and Certain Probation.