Informal Justice? - Edited by Roger MatthewsLondon, Newbury Park, Beverley Hills & New Delhi: Sage Publications, 1988, Paperback.
Condition: Very Good.
From the cover: “Informal forms of justice such as mediation have been greeted enthusiastically as progress from the punishment model of justice — and criticised as broadening rather than narrowing the reach of the criminal justice system. Here the contributors assess the evidence and re-appraise the theory of informalism.”