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Dr. Dennis P. Stolle is a co-author of Practicing Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Law as a Helping Profession. In a recent favorable review, The New York Law Journal commented, “The concepts so wonderfully explained in this book can be applied on any scale, and could guide the U.S. on how to examine the causes of the Sept. … more »
Stolle, D. P. (May 2001).  Practicing therapeutic jurisprudence in depositions.  In D. Stolle (Chair), Therapeutic jurisprudence in litigation.  Symposium conducted at the 2001 Second International Conference on Therapeutic Jurisprudence, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Dr. Dennis P. Stolle had an article accepted for publication in a peer-reviewed journal. “Fractional Factorial Designs for Legal Psychology” will be in the autumn 2001 issue of Behavioral Sciences & the Law, an international journal that publishes articles on topics such as empirical jury research. The article describes a novel technique for implementing complex … more »
Dr. Dennis P. Stolle is the co-author, with David Wexler and Bruce Winick, of Practicing Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Law as a Helping Profession. The book, published in 2000 by Carolina Academic Press, is available through amazon.com.