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  • Scholars: In #MeToo movement, lessons of restorative and transitional justice important

    A photo of, from left, Jennifer Robbennolt, the associate dean for research at the College of Law and co-director of the Program on Law, Behavior, and Social Science; Colleen Murphy, the director of the Women and Gender in Global Perspectives Program at Illinois; and Lesley Wexler, a professor of law.

    A new paper from a team of U. of I. legal scholars explores restorative and transitional justice in the #MeToo movement. From left, Jennifer Robbennolt, the associate dean for research at the College of Law and co-director of the Program on Law, Behavior, and Social Science; Colleen Murphy, the director of the Women and Gender in Global Perspectives Program at Illinois; and Lesley Wexler, a professor of law.

    Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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  • Editor’s notes: To contact Colleen Murphy, call 217-244-0675; email colleenm@illinois.edu.

    To contact Jennifer Robbennolt, call 217-333-6623; email jrobbenn@illinois.edu.

    To contact Lesley Wexler, call 217-244-3449; email lmwexler@illinois.edu.

    The paper “#MeToo, Time’s Up, and theories of justice” is available online.