Society newsThe Society Record, Vol. 33 No. 2: Focus on restorative justice
The Fall 2015 edition of the Society Record is now available online.
The new issue puts the spotlight on restorative justice in Nova Scotia.
See the new edition for these articles and more:
- The President’s View, a column by President Jill Perry;
- Introducing restorative justice in Nova Scotia (by Professor Jennifer J. Llewellyn);
- Nova Scotia Legal Aid: Restoring justice through innovation (Karen Hudson QC);
- Reflections on Dalhousie’s Facebook incident 2014-15 (Karen Crombie);
- Nova Scotia’s Restorative Approach in Schools Project (Richard Derible);
- A restorative adjudication process shows promise (Lisa Teryl);
- Family Group Conference: Mi’kmaq perspective (Kristen Basque);
- Journey to light: Restorative inquiry an innovative approach to examine past abuses at the Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children;
- An overview of restorative justice groups across Nova Scotia;
- Volunteer Profile: The Seventh Step Society of Nova Scotia;
- Indigenous land issues inspire winning Race and the Law essay;
- Law firm diversity dialogue;
- Update on #TalkJustice;
- LIANS RPM Tips: Professional standards – a principled, proactive and proportionate approach to good legal practice; and
- Summation: Restorative justice offers a different understanding of what justice can mean in Nova Scotia (Danny Graham QC)
The Spring 2016 edition of the magazine will be published in April. The deadline for advertising and content is March 4, 2016. For more details, see the ratecard & submission guidelines.