Session 95: CL4 -> Beyond Adjudication: Problem Solving, Restoring, and ...? Part I
Time: 2:00PM to 3:30 PM on Wednesday, November 17
Place: Conv Ctr 208
Session Chair: Malcolm M. Feeley, University of California - Berkeley
Managing Disobedience as Crime: Legal and Extra-Legal Discourse in Military Court Verdicts of Unauthorized Absentees and Conscientious Objectors
by: Hadar Aviram, University of California - Berkeley (Corresponding)
Criminal Courts and Specialization: The German Experience
by: Hans-Jorg Albrecht, Max Planck Institute (Corresponding)
The Politics of Problem-Solving: An Overview of the Origins and Development of Therapeutic Courts
by: Candace C. McCoy, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Adversary Trial and Plea Bargaining in Historical Perspective?
by: Rosann Greenspan, University of California - Berkeley (Corresponding)
Malcolm M. Feeley, University of California - Berkeley
Donald J. Farole, Jr., Center for Court Innovation

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