In a recent post, I looked at the use of images and pictures in mediation. Today a lawyer who uses images in legal settings pointed out a related article to me in a law review that I had linked to in the past. The article is on the use of images to communicate to clients in family mediations. When I linked to a recent edition of Phoenix Law Review, I had not noticed this article. Thanks to lawyer and artist Susanne Hoogwater for bringing it to my attention!
The article, written by Dr. Colette R. Brunschwig, is titled "Multisensory Law and Therapeutic Jurisprudence: How Family Mediators Can Better Communicate with Their Clients." To read it, go to page 705 in the law review.