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Law, literature, and therapeutic jurisprudence
Amy D. Ronner
|Statement||Amy D. Ronner.|
|LC Classifications||PN56.L33 R66 2009|
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|LC Control Number||2009032772|
As a legal theory, therapeutic jurisprudence is still relatively new. Pro-fessor David Wexler first used the term in in a paper delivered to the National Institute of Mental Health.6 After this introduction, the concept of therapeutic jurisprudence began to appear frequently in law literature in the early s. Troxel v. Granville, a case arising out of the application of a statute permitting court‐ordered grandparent visitation based on a judicial determination of the best interest of the child, provided the opportunity for the U.S. Supreme Court to demonstrate its receptivity to therapeutic decade preceding Troxel had seen the emergence of a school of thought labeled Cited by: 2.
[See also Problem-solving Courts and Other Court Innovations] Therapeutic Jurisprudence, "TJ", is a holistic, interdisciplinary perspective that focuses on the law's impact on the emotional and psychological health of the participants, clients, lawyers, and judges. She is frequently called upon to present at national teaching conferences and legal theory workshops on such diverse topics as community-based lawyering, international clinical education, law and literature, therapeutic jurisprudence, law and social work, critical pedagogy and racial justice.
The third area focuses on law and literature. It compares and contrasts the analytical tools each discipline employs when interpreting a particular text, whether it be a constitution, a statute, a judicial precedent, or a work of literature. Further readings. Cardozo, Benjamin N. "Law and Literature." Yale Law Review Fischer, John. This chapter explains the approach of therapeutic jurisprudence. It then illustrates its growing impact on the field of law and psychology by reviewing how therapeutic jurisprudence has transformed various areas of law, legal practice, and legal education. Finally, it illustrates how therapeutic jurisprudence can be used to map a new research agenda for law and psychology scholarship that.
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This book explores the affinity between the Law and Literature and Therapeutic Jurisprudence movements. Law and Literature focuses on the analysis and criticism of literary works that have legal themes, portray lawyers, or depict legal practice/5(2).
This book explores the affinity between the Law and Literature and Therapeutic Jurisprudence movements. Law and Literature focuses on the analysis and criticism of literary works that have legal themes, portray lawyers, or depict legal by: 3.
“This book extends Therapeutic Jurisprudence into a new realm. It shows how this interdisciplinary movement can be a valuable tool for analyzing literature and stimulating the legal imagination by applying law, literature, and therapeutic jurisprudence to criminal procedure, human Pages: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Law, literature, and therapeutic jurisprudence: a.
Law and Literature 6 III. Literature Jurisprudence 17 IV. A Natural Partnership 28 V. The Organization of the Book 41 Chapter Two • Law, Literature, and Therapeutic Criminal Justice 45 I. Introduction 45 II. Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Criminal Practice 46 A. Problem Solving Courts and TJ Practice 46 B.
Confessions 52 III. Therapeutic jurisprudence grew out of mental health law, the area that has been the main subject of the Thomas M. Cooley Law Review's Disabilities Law Symposium, from which these remarks are drawn.
(38) Therapeutic jurisprudence cut its teeth on civil commitment, the insanity defense, and incompetency to. Jurisprudence or legal theory is the theoretical study of rs of jurisprudence seek to explain the nature of law in its most general form and provide a deeper understanding of legal reasoning, legal systems, legal institutions, and the role of law in society.
Modern jurisprudence began in the 18th century and was focused on the first principles of natural law, civil law, and the law. In fact, this chapter sets up discussion of the important issue that society must recognize and resolve if she is to achieve the book’s goal.
Throughout she provides a powerful argument for fully integrating aspects of therapeutic jurisprudence and the study of literature into the law school curriculum. The growth of therapeutic jurisprudence is beginning to have important ramifications in legal education. A number of law schools are teaching therapeutic jurisprudence in courses and clinics, and in an entire St.
Thomas Law Review Symposium was devoted to therapeutic jurisprudence and clinical legal education. The websiteCited by: Law, Literature, and Therapeutic Jurisprudence By Amy D.
Ronner Recently released by Carolina Academic Press, Law, Literature, and Therapeutic Jurisprudence provides insight into and makes connections between two unique academic movements: literature. Amy Ronner in her new book Law, Literature and Therapeutic Jurisprudence (Carolina Academic Press, ) points out that the attraction between literature and law works both ways: literature can be attractive to the law.
Thus, some scholars use literature and literary tools to. Amy D. Ronner Law, literature, and therapeutic jurisprudence Carolina Academic Press, Durham, N.C.,xi + pp. ISBN: This book explores the affinity between the Law and Literature and Therapeutic Jurisprudence movements.
Law and Literature focuses on the analysis and criticism of literary works that have legal themes, portray lawyers, or depict legal : José Calvo González.
Law, Literature, and Therapeutic Jurisprudence Amy D. Ronner This book explores the affinity between the Law and Literature and Therapeutic Jurisprudence movements.
Law and Literature focuses on the analysis and criticism of literary works that have legal themes, portray lawyers, or depict legal practice.
The article provides examples of therapeutic jurisprudence, both in its law reform and in its practice dimension, and illustrates how promising psychological literature may be creatively imported Author: David B. Wexler. The community of therapeutic jurisprudence (TJ) scholars and practitioners has grown in size and influence, both nationally and internationally, to the point where it has become a key driver of.
Amy D. Ronner is the author of Law, Literature, and Therapeutic Jurisprudence ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Dostoevsky and the /5(2). A History and Literature Review of Therapeutic Jurisprudence As a legal theory, therapeutic jurisprudence is still relatively new. Professor David Wexler first used the term in in a paper deliv-Cited by: Therapeutic Jurisprudence is a field of inquiry -a research agenda, so to speak.
It has evolved from a focus on menlnl hcalth law to II mental hcalth approach to the law in general. It has contributed to a deeper understanding of the law Therapeutic jurisprudence is the study of the role of law as a therapeutic agent by serving as a lens that. p Hartley Petrucci book 12/15/ ] Culturally Competent Therapeutic Jurisprudence dissatisfaction has contributed to a “new era in the legal profession” that may result in a more humane and therapeutic practice of law under Cited by: 6.
Law & Literature: Find a Topic. A research guide for students taking the Law & Literature seminar. Home; Law, Literature, and Therapeutic Jurisprudence by Amy D. Ronner Call Number: PNL33 R66 ISBN: Use this website to search book reviews going back to Washington Post - Books Section Author: Rob Beharriell.
That paper, therefore, made the therapeutic jurisprudence perspective explicit”. 9 Then, three years later, Wexler published a book- Therapeutic Jurisprudence: The Law as a Therapeutic Agent - with the guiding principle that “mental health law would better serve society if major efforts were undertaken to Cited by: 1.Therapeutic Jurisprudence is a way of looking at "law as therapy" or “therapy through law.” It grew out of mental health law and the scholarly writings of Professor David Wexler in the late 's: Arizona Summit Law Review Ariz Review, Suzanne Yang, Martine Herzog-Evans.Two DECADES OF THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE.
David B. Wexler* INTRODUCTION. This Essay explores the therapeutic jurisprudence movement from theory to practice and the role of lawyers and judges as thera-peutic agents.
An overview of the history of therapeutic jurispru-dence is given, followed by a discussion of the major developmentsCited by: