A Conversation About Problem-Solving Courts: Take 2
University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender & Class, Vol. 10, p. 113, 2010
NYLS Clinical Research Institute Paper No. 10/11 #5
25 Pages Posted: 28 Jun 2010
Date Written: June 28, 2010
The University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class symposium on problem-solving courts surfaced a wide array of issues on the meaning and practices of these courts. My prepared remarks at the symposium addressed the first issue discussed in this article: the potential disparate impact of problem-solving courts on minority families who are disproportionately affected by these court processes. The second part of the article draws on the discussion during the symposium to reflect on the difficulty supporters and critics of the problem-solving court movement have in talking and listening to each other.
Keywords: Family Court, problem solving court, disparate impact
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