Source: (2013) Mental Health Law & Policy Journal. 2:173-232.

As the number of problem-solving courts in this country prolferate,' the scholarship regarding such courts bourgeons as well. This annotated bibliography serves three purposes: (1) it provides the reader with a startingp oint and ready reference guide for accessing the research on problem-solving courts generally; (2) it positions drug courts and mental health courts amid the broader array of existing problem-solving courts; and (3) it provides concrete examples of the operation of such courts. It, finally, supplements the footnote citations of the three new voices featured in this symposium edition.(author's abstract)