|Number of pages||12|
|Journal||New Criminal Law Review|
|State||Published - 1 Sep 2019|
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The authors are the guest editors of this two-part Symposium Issue on “Multi-door Criminal Justice” (Part 1, 22:04; Part 2, 23:01). The Symposium Issue is based on an international conference held in May 2019 at the Bar-Ilan University Faculty of Law and the University of Haifa School of Criminology, titled “Multi-door Criminal Justice Symposium: Examining Hybrids of Non-Adversarial Justice.” We wish to thank the contributors and the participants for fascinating and thought-provoking discussions and conversations throughout the conference. Special thanks to Prof. Michal Alberstein, Head of the Judicial Conflict Resolution Research Group, Bar-Ilan University Faculty of Law, for co-organizing this conference with us. We are grateful to our respective home universities and to the ERC Consolidator Grant 647943/14, led by Prof. Alberstein, and to Ashalim-JDC for financial support of the symposium. 1. Frank E.A. Sander, The Multi-door Courthouse, 3 BARRISTER 18 (1976). 2. Id. at 19.
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