J Kim Wright
I am an advocate for systems change in the law, particularly focusing on a set of values and models called Integrative Law. I’ve arranged my life to follow my passion and values and to connect with lawyers who are changing how law is practiced by following theirs.
A no-court approach to separation and divorce collaborative divorce is a respectful approach to resolving family disputes ... Together.
David B. Wexler is Professor of Law at the University of Puerto Rico in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Distinguished Research Professor of Law, Rogers College of Law, Tucson, Arizona. He is an Honorary President of the International Society for Therapeutic Jurisprudence.
Dr Amar Dhall
His commitment to his clients empowers them to see more clearly and make wiser choices. His philosophy can be summed up by the phrase “know thyself.” A powerful thinker with a compassionate heart, Amar weaves together robust ideas across multiple disciplines.
Rhiannon Thomas (BA LLB) has two decades of legal experience on two continents. She is an attorney, mediator, values consultant and a certified Conscious Contracts provider. In 2012 she founded the integrative legal practice, Milkwood Law, and began drafting Conscious Contracts. In the UK and EU, she has developed and facilitated workshops on a wide-range of topics.
Dr Anna Kawalek
Dr. Anna Kawalek Kawalek is a Lecturer in Law from Leeds Beckett University. Her research specialises primarily in justice innovation and criminal justice and she primarily teaches criminal law and criminological based discourse.
My research interests focus on the role of emotions and wellbeing in legal education and the legal profession and I have conducted a range of empirical work on these topics, as well as writing from a theoretical perspective.
Henry Yampolsky J.D.
Living Peace Institute empowers individuals and organizations to have difficult conversations and helps people to transform, restore, and re-structure their relationships.
Sharon Strand Ellison
PNDC™ allows each person to speak with clarity, power and compassion without being dependent on others for cooperation. It gives us the tools to protect ourselves without getting defensive and to achieve our goals without resorting to power struggle.
A gifted writer and editor with a unique talent for cutting excess words and simplifying complex concepts, one of Mark's passions is the use of plain English over "Legalese." Plain English is writing that is clear, concise, and easily understood by the target audience.
I practiced law for 23 years in Florida until it was time to share with you what I learned about business, the practice and life. I found the profession quite overwhelming for many years until I focused only on what I loved doing day in and day out, and the world opened up!
Steve Hornsby has served for 40 years as a trial lawyer, judge, senior state government official, health care executive, consultant and coach. His focus throughout all of these careers has been to help people and improve systems. At the age of sixteen, Steve learned a mindfulness practice, which began a lifelong study of human consciousness, neuroscience, psychology, and spirituality
Cynthia A. Pensoneau
Cynthia A. Pensoneau, JD, is the founding partner of The Pensoneau Firm, PC in Memphis, TN. Cindy is a lawyer, mediator, coach, yoga teacher, wellness trainer and presenter/speaker. She has practiced law for 20 years, primarily in family law, litigation, Collaborative divorce and mediation…
A former Ambassador having served as a diplomat on four continents, Chuck Kanafi brings decades of intercultural peacemaking to the table as a transformative mediator and certified Conscious Contracts® integrative lawyer and trainer...
David Yamada is a Professor of Law and Director of the New Workplace Institute at Suffolk University Law School in Boston, USA. He is an internationally recognised author and authority on workplace bullying, mobbing and abuse.
Trial Attorney (for 28 years) and author Sylvia Clute is the President of the Alliance for Unitive Justice. "Lovingkindness is the moral principle upon which unitive justice is grounded. It is not moral to harm others, in any circumstances, so other answers are offered.
Nanette Schorr is the supervising attorney of the education and family law units at Legal Services of New York’s Bronx office, where she has represented low income people in the borough of the Bronx since 1987. In addition to supervising the attorneys and paralegals in the units she supervises, she also represents clients, works with community organizations, and develops collaborative initiatives which address systemic problems that clients seeking legal services face.
Peter Gabel is former president of New College of California and was for thirty years a law professor at New College’s public-interest law school. He is Editor-At-Large of Tikkun magazine, a co-founder of the Critical Legal Studies movement in legal scholarship, and the author of many articles on law, politics, and social change.
Perry is a founding member of PISLAP, and currently serves on its Executive Committee as the CEO. Perry’s passion is Restorative Justice, and as a native Washingtonian and member of the Advisory Council of the recently formed DC Restorative Practices Initiative (DCRPI), is dedicated to infusing RJ practices into Washington, DC schools.