More justice than sheer justice
Longing for more justice than only justice is not limited. Internationally, particularly in the United States, a movement has been set in motion which places a human being and his or her life centre stage where justice is concerned.
Disputes are approached in an integral manner, with wisdom and (com)passion, taking human emotions and the human scale into account. Moreover it is regarded how people’s individual capabilities can be addressed and (further) developed. Think f.i. about the ability to reason, empathy, co-operation, ethic action and creativity.
It is about ‘justice aiming for development’, whereby there is trust in the capacities and the power of human beings.
As from this strength, also in difficult circumstances, people can care for the relationship with the other and search for creative solutions for the challenges they are facing.
The result is conciliation or jurisdiction in which justice is truly done to all parties
Instigator behind this movement; Integrative Law is J. Kim Wright.
Kim was nominated as ‘Legal Rebel of the Year’ by the American Bar Association (ABA).
She is a pioneer in finding new ways in which justice can be applied; clients can be assisted and in coaching a new generation of lawyer. Kim Wright is the author of the bestseller ‘Lawyers as Peacemakers’; published by the American Bar Association.
Also see Kim Wright’s recommendation about Digna.
Digna is a Dutch attorney and pioneer, she teaches young lawyers and works from the heart.
Digna de Bruin is the representative of The Netherlands/Europe in the field of international conscious contracts.