Jennifer Llewellyn is a professor at the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University. She has worked and published extensively in the areas of relational theory, restorative justice, truth commissions, peacebuilding, international and domestic human rights law and Canadian constitutional law.

Articles by this author

Realizing the full potential of restorative justice

(This article has been translated into French.) There is a wide consensus on the need for criminal justice system reform – a recognition that the system is slow, inaccessible, re-traumatizing, expensive, stigmatizing and ineffective in securing public …

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