Books Featuring the Center for Court Innovation


Books Featuring the Center for Court Innovation

Books Featuring the Center for Court Innovation

In addition to books written by Center for Court Innovation authors, numerous books feature content about the Center for Court Innovation.

Problem-Solving Courts: Justice for the Twenty-First Century? (Praeger) is a collection of essays about the movement toward problem-solving justice. Edited by Paul Higgins and Mitchell Mackinem, the book examines both the promise and potential perils of problem-solving courts. The book begins with an essay by Center for Court Innovation director Greg Berman and numerous Center publications and projects are referenced throughout the text.

James Nolan, a professor at Williams College, has written several books on problem-solving courts. His latest, Legal Accents, Legal Borrowings (Princeton University Press) documents the spread of problem-solving justice internationally. Nolan’s book begins with a look at the Red Hook Community Justice Center and goes on to examine problem-solving courts in England, Canada, Australia, Scotland and Ireland – all countries where the Center for Court Innovation has provided consulting services.

A Kind of Genius: Herb Sturz and Society’s Toughest Problems (Public Affairs) by Sam Roberts tells the story of Herb Sturz, one of New York’s leading social entrepreneurs. Over the course of five decades, Sturz has helped shape public policy in New York, playing a number of important, behind-the-scenes roles in government, the non-profit sector and the media. A Kind of Genius contains a chapter describing Sturz’s role in the creation of the Midtown Community Court and the subsequent development of the Center for Court Innovation. 

Other books about the Center for Court Innovation include:

The Improvement of the Administration of Justice (ABA Press)
Resolving Family Conflicts (Ashgate)
Judging in a Therapeutic Key (Carolina Academic Press)
Judicial Politics (CQ Press)
Peter F. Drucker's Next Management (Verlag Sordon)



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