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Alternative justice, testing the waters.

Point, Steven.
June 4, 2015

Source: (2001) Justice as Healing 6 (Spring).

This article presents an address by Steven Point, judge of the Provincial Court of British Columbia, at the College of Law, University of Saskatchewan, January 29, 2001. In this address to law students, he introduces restorative justice as the potential for an alternative justice system, for First Nations communities, but also for all Canadians. He relates his own judicial experiences to demonstrate the application of restorative justice principles and processes in a First Nations context.


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