Non-Adversarial Justice (2011)

Non-Adversarial Justice (2011)

Volume 37(1)

Articles

The Future of the Legal Profession
Susan Daicoff

From Theory to Practice and Back Again in Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Now Comes the Hard Part
David B Wexler

Facing Down the Gladiators: Addressing Law School's Hidden Adversarial Curriculum
Molly Townes O'Brien

ADR, Public Interest Law and Access to Justice: The Need for Vigilance
Mary Anne Noone

Taking a Reflexive Turn: Non-Adversarial Justice and Mental Health Review Tribunals
Penelope Weller

Pursuing Non-Adversarial Justice within an Adversarial Structure
Robert F Schopp

Finding the Facts: The Judge Should Lead the Search Party
Andrew Cannon

Adversarial System and the Search for Truth
Ray Finkelstein

Five Reasons Why Judges Should Conduct Settlement
Tania Sourdin

Realising the Potential of Judging
Michael King

Opportunities for New Approaches to Judging in a Conventional Context: Attitudes, Skills and Practices
Kathy Mack and Sharyn Roach Anleu

‘It's Not Just about the Money' - Enhancing the Vindicatory Effect of Private Law Remedies
Robyn Carroll and Normann Witzleb

Contested Emotions: Adversarial Rituals in Non-Adversarial Justice Procedures
Meredith Rossner and David Tait

International Problem-Solving Court Movement: A Comparative Perspective
James L Nolan Jr

New South Wales Youth Drug & Alcohol Court Program: A Decade of Development
Shelley Turner

Achieving Quality Outcomes in Community Titles Disputes: A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Approach
Lisa Toohey and David Toohey