Articles on REstorative Justice

Restorative justice: An overview By Janna M. Miller Midura & Elizabeth Bleakley Alternative Dispute Resolution, July 2019 What is restorative justice? Does it work, and is it a helpful tool for society?
Restorative justice: An overview By Janna M. Miller Midura & Elizabeth Bleakley Bench and Bar, June 2019 What is restorative justice? Does it work, and is it a helpful tool for society?
Police/community relations: The role of ADR and restorative justice in addressing conflicts By Hon. Ann Breen-Greco Alternative Dispute Resolution, January 2017 The third in a series of police/community relations’ seminars was held as part of the Law Division Court-Annexed Mediation Seminar on November 17, 2016.
Restorative justice: A perspective from the bench By Hon. Sophia H. Hall Trusts and Estates, May 2016 The author shares her thoughts on restorative legal processes.
Introduction to restorative justice By Sheila Murphy Human Rights, February 2016 John Marshall Law School offers a course in Restorative Justice. The law students go to grade school and high school to teach students about the solutions possible besides crime, courts, and prison.
Restorative justice: A perspective from the bench By Hon. Sophia H. Hall Bench and Bar, January 2016 The author shares her thoughts on restorative legal processes.
Restorative justice—Restoring the peace By Judge Sophia H. Hall Bench and Bar, November 2007 Restorative justice is a little-known alternative to litigation, arbitration, and mediation.
BARJ happenings Child Law, October 2004 Illinois has adopted a Balanced and Restorative Justice Approach [BARJ] to address juvenile delinquency. The newsletter will highlight efforts to implement this approach in Illinois.

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