Practicing Culturally Competent Therapeutic Jurisprudence: A Collaboration Between Social Work and Law

Overview

Therapeutic jurisprudence is a comprehensive law movement that argues for increased attention to race, ethnicity, and culturally competent practice in the lawyer-client relationship from a therapeutic jurisprudence perspective. The article advocates for the application of the framework by lawyers when interacting with clients.

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