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Upcoming ADR Events at Moritz

2016 Symposium on Ethics in ADR

The Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution is proud to present Philosophy, Technology, and ADR: Examining Development in Dispute Resolution Systems. In honor of Dean Chris Fairman, we invite you to join us on November 4th at 8:30 a.m. in the Barrister Club located at 25 West 11th Avenue, Columbus, OH 43201. Please visit the Main Symposium Page for the schedule of speakers and locations.

 

82 – Criminal

ARTICLES

Janine Geske, Achieving the Goals of Criminal Justice: A Role for Restorative Justice, 30 Quinnipiac L. Rev. 527 (2012).
This keynote address advocates the potential that restorative justice can have on healing victims and communities through face-to-face confrontation with the offenders.
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Heather Hojnacki, Graham v. Florida: How the Supreme Court’s Rationale Encourages Reform of the Juvenile Justice System Through Alternative Dispute Resolution Strategies, 12 Pepp. Disp. Resol. L.J. 135 (2012).
Peer jury model offers juvenile criminal system many advantages, including direct interaction with the jury and  the juvenile’s desire for peer approval, a motivator more powerful than adult authority. Like mediation programs, teen courts have gained popularity due to the high rate of satisfaction for participants. Issues with statistical comparison make analyzing recidivism rates difficult; however, in most courts studied, organizers reported a lower recidivism rate than found in traditional juvenile courts.
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BOOKS

Judith Renner & Alexander Spencer, Reconciliation After Terrorism: Strategy, Possibility or Absurdity? (2012).
This book is a compilation of views by different authors analyzing the possibility of using reconciliation to end terrorism.  The book questions the possibility of such a strategy along with suggestions for the way reconciliation could be used to combat terrorism.
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{82} SUBJ MATTER: CRIMINAL