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|Contents:||Social Psychology and Problem Solving Courts: Judicial Roles and Decision Making.- The Marriage of Science and the Law in Child Welfare Cases.- Exploring the Value-Added of Specialized Problem-Solving Courts for Dependency Cases.- Dependency Courts and Science.- Unified Family Courts: An Interdisciplinary Framework and A Problem-Solving Approach.- Domestic Violence Courts: The Case of Lady Justice Meets the Serpents of the Caduceus.- Gender Issues in Problem-Solving Courts.- Mental Health Courts May Work, But Does it Matter if they do?.- The Past, Present, and Future of Mental Health Courts.- Mental Health Courts: Competence, Responsibility, and Proportionality.- The evolution of problem-solving courts in Australia and New Zealand: A Trans-Tasman comparative perspective.- The Intended and Unintended Consequences of Problem Solving Courts.|
|Responsibility:||R.L. Wiener, E.M. Brank (eds.).|
"The good news for readers of Problem Solving Courts is that the various chapters are well written without the abrupt changes in style sometimes experienced in edited volumes. Whether for an upper