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Comprehensive law practice : law as a healing profession

Author: Susan Swaim Daicoff
Publisher: Durham, N.C. : Carolina Academic Press, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Since about 1990, disciplines have emerged in every substantive area of the law to transform law into a positive force in the lives of those it touches. These disciplines converge in the "comprehensive law movement." Comprehensive law practice overviews the entire movement and provides training materials for lawyers, judges, mediators, and law students who want to be at the forefront of practicing law in these new  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Susan Swaim Daicoff
ISBN: 9781594608803 1594608806
OCLC Number: 726150199
Description: xxi, 277 pages : illustrations, forms ; 26 cm
Contents: The legal profession, lawyers, and professional roles and values --
Philosophical underpinnings, precursors and propellers for change --
Overview of the movement, the vectors, and their common ground --
Foundational comprehensive law skills --
Vector 1 : Therapeutic jurisprudence --
Vector 2 : Preventive law --
Vector 3 : The integration of therapeutic jurisprudence and preventive law --
Vector 4 : Procedural justice --
Vector 5 : Creative problem solving --
Vector 6 : Holistic law --
Comprehensive dispute resolution --
Vector 7 : Collaborative law --
Vector 8 : Transformative mediation --
Vector 9 : Restorative justice --
Vector 10 : Problem solving courts : drug treatment courts and other specialized courts --
Capstone chapter : practicing law comprehensively.
Responsibility: Susan Swaim Daicoff.

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"Since about 1990, disciplines have emerged in every substantive area of the law to transform law into a positive force in the lives of those it touches. These disciplines converge in the "comprehensive law movement." Comprehensive law practice overviews the entire movement and provides training materials for lawyers, judges, mediators, and law students who want to be at the forefront of practicing law in these new forms"--P. [4] of cover.

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