AbstractVal Napoleon is the Coordinator for this Special Issue of the Alberta Law Review on Restorative Justice. In this issue, we present a range of articles that explore some of the many critical questions in the contested and dynamic field of restorative justice. We set out to provide a space for a deep and critical engagement with the complex questions and issues in the field and, with this issue, we have succeeded in creating just such a space where these challenging conversations can take place. This issue brings together an interesting and diverse group of nine authors who bring different perspectives, experiences, and wide-ranging approaches to both the practice and theory of restorative justice.
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