Alternative & New Paradigms in the Law

Levine, Stewart, Getting to Resolution: Turning Conflict Into Collaboration, Berrett-Koehler, San Francisco, CA (1998).
The author, an attorney and consultant, offers tools that get to the core of conflict with guidelines that help craft collaborative agreements.

Stolle, Dennis P., Wexler, David and Winnick, Bruce, Practicing Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Law as a Helping Profession, Carolina Academic Press, Durham, NC (2000).
The authors offer a unique theoretical paradigm for approaching contemporary legal issues. With emphasis on the psychological impact of law, they demonstrate how this model can operate in a variety of legal settings. The authors offer concrete ways for lawyers to practice law as helping professionals.