Law schools across the country are beginning to offer courses examining problem-solving principles and practices. The Conference of Chief Justices and the Conference of State Court Administrators, among others, have urged law schools to include the principles and methods of problem-solving courts in their curricula. This page offers a clearinghouse of information for professors from law schools and other disciplines (including graduate programs in social work, public policy criminology and other fields) who are interested in learning more about how to incorporate problem-solving courts into their classes.
Click here for a short overview of current law school classes that touch on topics of problem-solving justice.
Harvard and other law schools expand curricula to include problem-solving lawyering
Columbia University’s pro-seminar on problem-solving justice
Call for Papers for Criminal Justice Review’s special issue on problem-solving courts
California Western Law School – Center for Creative Problem Solving
Syracuse Law School hosts symposium on problem-solving courts
National Center for State Court's guide to problem-solving court resources
David Wexler’s roundup of courses on therapeutic jurisprudence
Therapeutic jurisprudence program at William and Mary Law School