New Research Guide on Problem Solving Justice

Are you aware of a growing trend among community courts to incorporate some sort of therapeutic jurisprudence or problem solving justice?  The library has created a new research guide to assist members of the Georgetown Law community interested in this evolving development. An experiential class being taught this spring by Judge Gretchen Rohr called Problem Solving Justice Seminar will be investigating this phenomenon and making use of the new guide, but it includes links to resources which may be of interest to all.

This guide includes links to Problem Solving Justice Toolkits, recommends books on the subject and points to resources on judicial ethics, including the ABA’s guidance on this matter.

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