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Post-adversarial and post-inquisitorial justice: Transcending traditional penological paradigms
from the paper by Arie Freiberg
Restorative justice in Europe faces many of the same challenges as it does in the common law jurisdictions. Despite its influence and popularity in academic circles, it is still of marginal importance in practice and deals with relatively few cases.
Blogging the Non-Adversarial Justice Conference
It is finally here – the first day of the sessions of the Non-Adversarial Justice: Implications for the Legal System and Society conference in Melbourne, Australia. After well over a year of work and planning for the conference we will see how it all turns out. It is exciting – seeing old friends from around the world, meeting new ones.
....Below I give some thoughts and highlights from the first day of the conference. I cannot hope to be comprehensive. Some of the papers will be published by Monash University Law Review next year and will thereby be more easily accessible.