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2015: Faculty Scholarship Report from the Restorative Justice Process at the Dalhousie University Faculty of Dentistry Abstract  SSRN
Jennifer Llewellyn
2008: Faculty Scholarship Let My People Go: Human Capital Investment and Community Capacity Building Via Meta/Regulation in a Deliberative Democracy - a Modest Contribution for Criminal Law and Restorative Justice Abstract  SSRN
Bruce Archibald
2005: Faculty Scholarship Why Restorative Justice is Not Compulsory Compassion: Annalise Acorn's Labour of Love Lost [A Review of 'Compulsory Compassion: A Critique of Restorative Justice,' Annalise E. Acorn (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2004)] Abstract  SSRN
Bruce Archibald
2013: Faculty Scholarship Restorative Justice and the Rule of Law: Rethinking Due Process through a Relational Theory of Rights Abstract  SSRN
Bruce Archibald
2014: Faculty Scholarship Imagining Success for a Restorative Approach to Justice: Implications for Measurement and Evaluation Abstract  SSRN
Jennifer Llewellyn, Bruce Archibald
2006: Faculty Scholarship The Challenges of Institutionalizing Comprehensive Restorative Justice: Theory and Practice in Nova Scotia Abstract  SSRN
Bruce Archibald, Jennifer Llewellyn
2011: Faculty Scholarship Restorative Justice, Euthanasia, and Assisted Suicide: A New Arena for Restorative Justice and a New Path for End of Life Law and Policy in Canada Abstract  SSRN
Jennifer Llewellyn, Jocelyn Downie
1999: Faculty Scholarship Restorative Justice: A Conceptual Framework Abstract  SSRN
Jennifer Llewellyn
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