41 Judges J. 1 (2002)

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WINTER 2002, Vol. 4 1, No. I
Beyond Process and Precedent:
The Rise of Problem Solving Courts
Introduces this special issue on problen solving courts
By Greg Berman and John Feinblatt
Neighborhood Justice:
The Red Hook Community Justice Center
Highlights the work of the Red Hook Community Justice Center
in Brooklyn, New York
By Alex Calabrese
Judith S. Kaye:
Profile of a Problem Solving Jurist
Profiles Chief Judge Judith S. Kave ofNe           w Yik cnd hcr elforts
in promoting the development of'pvbilem              solving    ourts in that state
4By Robert Victor Wolf
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