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37 Ct. Rev. 1 (2000-2001)

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Volume 37, Issue 1
Spring 2000




4 Judging for the New Millennium

William Schma

Judge Steve Leben
Johnson County, Kansas

David B Rottman

Judge B. Michael Dann
Maricopa County, Arizona
Julie Kunce Field
Fort Collins, Colorado
Professor Philip P Frickey
University of Minnesota
Mark D. Hinderks
Overland Park, Kansas
Judge Leslie G. Johnson
Amer. Academy of Judicial
Professor Steven Lubet
Northwestern University
Judge Gregory E. Mize
Washington, D.C.
Professor Reginald L. Robinson
University of Kansas
C. Robert Showalter, M.D.
Harrisonburg, Virginia
Professor Jacqueline St. Joan
University of Denver
Professor Charles H. Whitebread
University of Southern California

8   Law in a Therapeutic Key: A Resource for Judges
Thomas T Merrigan
12    The Implications of Therapeutic Jurisprudence for
Judicial Satisfaction
DeborahJ. Chase and Peggy Fulton Hora
22    Does Effective Therapeutic Jurisprudence Require Specialized
Courts (and Do Specialized Courts Imply Specialist Judges)?
David B. Rottman
28    Creating a Domestic Violence Court: Combat in the Trenches
Randal B. Fritzler and Leonore M.J. Simon
40    The Importance of Understanding Love and Other Feelings in
Survivors' Experiences of Domestic Violence
Kate Paradine
48    Mental Health Review Tribunals in the UK:
Applying a Therapeutic Jurisprudence Perspective
Nicola Ferencz and James McGuire
54 From Telling to Listening: A Therapeutic Analysis of the Role
of Courts in Minority-Majority Conflicts

64 Therapeutic Jurisprudence on Appeal

Nathalie Des Rosiers
Amy D. Ronner

Stephen Bowman
Randall Hansen
Anna Jemjemian
Charles E Campbell
Managing Editor

2   Editor's Note
3 President's Column
68 The Resource Page

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