- found: Work cat.: Judging in a therapeutic key, c2003.
- found: Practicing therapeutic jurisprudence, c2000: p. 7 (Therapeutic jurisprudence is an interdisciplinary approach to law that builds on the basic insight that law is a social force that has inevitable (if unintended) consequences for the mental health and psychological functioning of those it affects. Therapeutic jurisprudence suggests that these positive and negative consequences be studied with the tools of the behavioral sciences, and that, consistent with considerations of justice and other relevant normative values, law be reformed to minimize anti-therapeutic consequences and to facilitate achievement of therapeutic ones) p. 4 of cover ("Relatives" of therapeutic jurisprudence include holistic law, preventive law, affective lawyering, creative problem solving, and aspects of negotiation and mediation)
- found: International network on therapeutic jurisprudence WWW site, June 24, 2003: overview by David Wexler (Therapeutic jurisprudence is the study of the role of the law as a therapeutic agent. It focuses on the law's impact on emotional life and on psychological well-being ... It grew out of mental health law ... The therapeutic perspective now applies to other legal areas, probably all legal areas)
- found: LegalTrac WWW site, June 24, 2003: subject search under "therapeutic jurisprudence" (154 citations)
- notfound: Black's law dict.;Duhaime's law dict. WWW site, June 24, 2003;Everybody's law dict. WWW site, June 24, 2003
- 2003-06-25: new
- 2003-08-13: revised
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