Justice Studies Association
An active, growing international community of progressive academics, activists, artists, researchers and practitioners working in all areas of social, criminal, transformative, and restorative justice.
Members have online access to the Call for Papers notice and Preliminary Program and are eligible to attend the annual meeting. Members also receive an annual subscription to the quarterly Contemporary Justice Review.
About the JSA
The Justice Studies Association (JSA) is a not-for-profit membership association established in 1998 to foster progressive writing, research, practice, and activism in all areas of criminal, social, and restorative justice.
Members include scholars from all academic disciplines and fields of endeavor, activists, and practitioners of justice from around the globe. They seek through their actions, practices, writing, research, and everyday life to explore and develop social arrangements and ways of life that promote justice without violence and restore people to wholeness through interpersonal as well as social structural change.