- Concepts of Non-Adversarial Justice
- Therapeutic Jurisprudence
- Restorative Justice
- Procedural Justice
- Community Justice
- Appropriate Dispute Resolution (including mediation, negotiation, expert appraisal, judge led mediation, conciliation and arbitration)
- Conflict resolution
- Dispute prevention or Preventative Law
- Creative Problem Solving
- Holistic Law
- Non-adversarial justice and vulnerable groups
- Non-adversarial justice and CALD groups
- Non-adversarial justice and Indigenous justice issues
- Solution-Focused Courts (also known as Problem Solving Courts or Problem Oriented Courts)
- Drug courts
- Mental Health courts
- Community courts
- Family violence courts
- Driving whilst intoxicated courts
- Interdisciplinary collaboration in the legal context
- Diversion and Intervention Programs
- Managerial Justice: Non-adversarial and Judicial Control
- Fact finding and issue identification
- Court management of expert evidence
- Case management
- Administrative Decision-making/tribunals
- Inquisitorial/administrative approaches
- Coroners courts
- Royal commissions/inquiries
- Civil/European Legal Approaches
- Truth and Reconciliation Commissions
- Apology and Forgiveness
- Implications of Non-Adversarial Justice for:
- Judicial officers
- Court administrators
- The legal profession
- Victims of crime
- Litigants Support services
- Correctional agencies
- Legal education
At the time of the Conference
All presenters will be required to register for the conference and pay the appropriate registration fee. Presenters also need to meet their own travel and accommodation costs.
A discounted registration fee of $960.00 is available to the presenting author(s) of the paper. Co-authors who are not presenting are required to register separately with either the early bird or standard registration fee.
Presenter registrations are due by 21 December 2016.
Each session room will be equipped for the presentation of PowerPoint slides and include a data projector, computer with external speakers, lectern and microphone.
Presenters will take their PowerPoint slides to the meeting on a memory stick, where an audiovisual technician will load your presentation.
Video and audio clips should be embedded in your PowerPoint slides rather than linking to external files.
All slides will be run from a central presentation computer. However, if you have a complex presentation, which includes multiple media files, we suggest you bring your own laptop as a backup in case of difficulties loading your presentation.