Source: (2012) Web-only article associated with Tikkun. 27(1).New Zealand has run its entire youth justice system in a nonadversarial manner since 1989. It provides the world’s strongest example to date of how a national juvenile system can tran... READ MORE
Source: (2006) District Court at Auckland. CRN: 2004502435, 5003402436. Reprinted on Restorative Justice Online.
These sentencing notes discuss the elements of an environmental case in which a property developer was accused of removing a tree fro... READ MORE
Source: (2005) District Court at Auckland, New Zealand. 14 October. Downloaded 2 November 2005.
These sentencing notes refer to a case of assault that went to a restorative process. The judge refers to the report from the process and its impact o... READ MORE
Source: (2002) Paper presented at the conference, Modernising Criminal Justice - New World Challenges, London, 16-20 June. Downloaded 2 November 2005.
Fred McElrea has been a judge in New Zealand for many years. From his experience, he advocates ... READ MORE
Source: (1995) Paper prepared for the Legal Research Foundation's Conference, Re-thinking Criminal Justice: a Conference on New Initiatives in Criminal Justice, 12 and 13 May, Auckland, New Zealand. Downloaded 2 November 2005.
In Fred McElrea&rsq... READ MORE
Source: (2000) Address at Kristen School (New Zealand). 17 November. Downloaded 2 November 2005.
In this address to a school graduation, Judge McElrea uses anecdotes to describe the possibilities and elements of restorative processes. He address... READ MORE
Source: (1997) Paper presented at a LEADR International Conference, Perth, Australia, May.
Judge McElrea discusses restorative justice, the processes usually associated with the paradigm, and similarities between restorative justice and ADR. READ MORE
Source: (1997) Keynote address given at Contemporary Issues in Education Law: Strategies for Best Practice, Sydney, Australia, 7-9 July. Downloaded 2 November 2005.
As a judge in the Auckland District Court in New Zealand, Fred McElrea addresses ... READ MORE
Source: (1994) In Jonathan Burnside and Nicola Baker, eds., Relational Justice: Repairing the Breach. Winchester: Waterside Press. Chapter 7. Downloaded 2 November 2005.
What is the prospect of public acceptance of such a model of criminal justic... READ MORE
Source: (1998) Paper presented at the Second International Conference on Restorative Justice for Juveniles Fort Lauderdale, Florida, November 7-9.
Judge McElrea offers eight responses to the question ‘Why do I think restorative justice work... READ MORE