4 edition of Involuntary detention and therapeutic jurisprudence found in the catalog.
Involuntary detention and therapeutic jurisprudence
Includes bibliographical references (p. 579]-621) and index.
|Statement||edited by Kate Diesfeld, Ian Freckelton.|
|Contributions||Diesfeld, Kate, 1960-, Freckelton, Ian R.|
|LC Classifications||K640 .I58 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlv, 630 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||630|
|LC Control Number||2003048164|
Therapeutic jurisprudence refers to the study of how the law acts as a therapeutic agent.7 Within this concept, procedures, rules, and the legal roles that lawyers and judges play during the process of adjudication are all social forces that create consequences.8 The concept of therapeutic jurisprudence suggests that reducing the “anti File Size: KB. Durham, M., & LaFond, J. (). A search for the missing premise of involuntary therapeutic commitment: Effective treatment of the mentally ill. Rutgers Cited by:
A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Model for Civil Commitment. In Involuntary Detention and Therapeutic Jurisprudence: International Perspective on Civil Commitment. Edited by Kate Diesfeld and Ian Freckelton. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 23, [Google Scholar] Winick, Bruce J. Foreword: Therapeutic Jurisprudence Perspectives on Dealing with Victims Author: Michael L. Perlin, Heather Ellis Cucolo, Alison J. Lynch. The growth of therapeutic jurisprudence is beginning to have important ramifications in legal education. A number of law schools are teaching therapeutic jurisprudence in courses and clinics, and in an entire St. Thomas Law Review Symposium was devoted to therapeutic jurisprudence and clinical legal education. The websiteCited by:
The advent of therapeutic jurisprudence and problem-solving courts has stimulated interest in how the actions of judicial officers in courts and tribunals generally can either impede or advance justice system outcomes such as satisfaction in and respect for the justice system and the comprehensive resolution of criminal, civil, family and. From a therapeutic jurisprudence perspective, the law is a social force that produces both therapeutic and anti-therapeutic consequences. Professor David B. Wexler originally coined the term in and further developed the concept with Professor Bruce Winick in their book titled Essays in Therapeutic Jurisprudence.
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Legal Criteria for Involuntary Detention of Those with Mental Illnesses: Involuntary detention decision-making, criteria and hearing procedures: an opportunity for therapeutic jurisprudence in action, Ian Freckelton; Capacity and confinement; when is detention not detention?, Peter Bartlett; Insights on 'Insight': the impact of extra.
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Get this from a library. Involuntary detention and therapeutic jurisprudence: international perspectives on civil commitment. [Kate Diesfeld; Ian R Freckelton;] -- The care of the insane has taken on a new meaning with the new school of therapeutic jurisprudence replacing outmoded ideas of how society should perceive mental disability law.
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The book is written from a therapeutic jurisprudence perspective and poses a number of questions with international application, such as: Are more categories of people being detained.
Is involuntary detention serving new purposes. Are different forms of detention gaining credence and being more widely utilized.
Therapeutic jurisprudence focuses our attention on this previously underappreciated aspect, humanizing the law and concerning itself with the human, emotional, psychological side of law and the legal process. Basically, therapeutic jurisprudence is a perspective that regards the law as a social force that produces behaviors and consequences.
Therapeutic jurisprudence ("TJ") studies law as a social force (or agent) which inevitably gives rise to unintended consequences, which may be either beneficial (therapeutic) or harmful (anti-therapeutic).These consequences flow from the operation of legal rules or legal procedures—or from the behavior of legal actors (such as lawyers and judges).
Through an understanding of the civil commitment of people with mental illness, this book offers a new model of commitment which strikes an appropriate balance between the protection of legal rights and the achievement of clinical needs. The model uses therapeutic jurisprudence to examine a variety of issues relating to civil commitment and proposes how.
Ian Freckelton QC is an Australian barrister, judge (in Nauru), international academic, and high-profile legal scholar and jurist.
He is known for his extensive writing and speaking in more than 30 countries on issues related to health law, expert evidence, criminal law, tort law, therapeutic jurisprudence and research integrity. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.
It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. 13 November Dr Freckelton was re-elected to the Victorian Bar Council. 8 November Dr Freckelton given award at Singapore ANZAPPL Conference for 25 years of editing of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law.
9 October Dr Freckelton appointed to the editorial board of the Tort Law Review. 27 September Publication of I Freckelton, Expert Evidence:. Therapeutic jurisprudence (hereinafter " T.J. ") is an interdisciplinary method of legal scholarship that aims to reform the law in an effort to improve the psychological and emotional well being Author: John Petrila.
(2) Bruce Winick, A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Model for Civil Commitment, in Involuntary Detention and Therapeutic Jurisprudence: International Perspective on Civil Commitm 26 (Kate Diesfeld & Ian Freckelton eds., )). Dr Freckelton has written and spoken extensively about the role of Mental Health Tribunals: see book publications and I Freckelton and K Diesfeld, Involuntary Detention and Therapeutic Jurisprudence (Ashgate, Dartmouth, ).
Under the Mental Health Act (Vic) the roles of the Mental Health Tribunal are: (a) to hear and determine —. "Involuntary detention and therapeutic jurisprudence: International perspectives on civil commitment." ().
Diesfeld, Kate, and Stefan Sjöström. "Interpretive flexibility: why doesn't insight incite controversy in mental health law?." Behavioral sciences & the no.
1 (): Wareham, Pauline, Antoinette McCallin, and Kate Fields: health law. "Traditional" mental health courts are-virtually across the board-the antithesis of therapeutic jurisprudence, whereas mental health courts of the sort presided over by.
Therapeutic Jurisprudence is a principle that focuses on how laws and legal procedures can affect the emotional well-being of an offender or defendant.
TJ is. Therapeutic jurisprudence is the study of the effects of law and the legal system on the behavior, emotions, and mental health of people. It is a multidisciplinary examination of .The term "therapeutic jurisprudence" refers to using what we know about behavior change to a.
punish those who break the law. b. help people in trouble with the law. c. protect society from dangerous individuals. d. provide therapy to incarcerated individuals.Therapeutic Jurisprudence. K likes. TJ is an interdisciplinary approach to law, a research tool or a way to look at the law in a richer way and to study the extent to 5/5.