Journal of Legal Education
It is surely a luxury, at this point in the field of dispute resolution, to be invited to identify those concepts that I view as absolutely essential to our canon. Borrowing a bit from Chris Guthrie's wine illustration, I think it is fair to suggest that today's presentations reveal a very impressive wine cellar, with many bottles of fine wine from which to choose. I will spotlight one part of this wine cellar, where concepts regarding procedural and social justice theories can be found. I will focus primarily on procedural justice but will also reference those theories of social justice that link these two dimensions of justice, particularly in a democracy.
Nancy A. Welsh,
Remembering the Role of Justice in Resolution: Insights from Procedural and Social Justice Theories,
J. Legal Educ.
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