Pepperdine dispute resolution law journal volume 6 issue 1 article 1 12 1 2005 law as a healing profession the comprehensive law movement susan daicoff follow this and additional works athttps digitalcommonspepperdineedu drlj part of thecourts commonsdispute resolution and arbitration commons and thelaw and psychology commons. Law as a healing profession the comprehensive law movement low public opinion of lawyers and lawyer distress and dissatisfaction the comprehensive law movement holds promise for infusing a set of restorative therapeutic collaborative reconciliative cooperative and humanistic values into law practice and the administration of laws . 7 movement towards law as a healing profession this movement takes an explicitly 8 comprehensive integrated humanistic interdisciplinary restorative and often therapeutic 9 approach to law and lawyering it is the result of a synthesis of a number of new disciplines 10 within law and legal practice that have been rapidly gaining . This article outlines the history context importance and development of ten or so vectors of an emerging change in the law comprising the comprehensive law movement this is a movement towards law as a positive force in the resolution and administration of legal matters the vectors include creative problem solving therapeutic jurisprudence preventive law restorative justice . Get this from a library comprehensive law practice law as a healing profession susan swaim daicoff since about 1990 disciplines have emerged in every substantive area of the law to transform law into a positive force in the lives of those it touches these disciplines converge in the
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