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The functions of law and changing conceptions of how those functions may be achieved Problem-solving systems : the integration of problems, rules, procedures, skills ethics, culture, and philosophical concepts Problem-solving systems : the influence of context Problem-solving systems : an introduction to procedures At the boundary of changes : lawyers thinking preventively and proactively Preventive law : the Dauer matrix Preventive law : applying and defining the method Preventive practices : lessons from the construction industry /James P. Groton Proactive law : cross-border contracting /Helena Haapio The "ethics" obstacle : advocacy/adversarial rules of professional responsibility The "problem" obstacle (part I) : limitations of labels and imagination The "problem" obstacle (part II) : asking better questions and building better frames /Janeen Kerper The "truth" obstacle : legal truth and the dilemmas of post-enlightenment thought The cultural obstacle : understanding the inertia of expectations and self-interest A review of the emergence of the U/I/A paradigm and overview of part two The "what " of problem-solving : purpose, meaning, values, and goals The "what" of problem-solving : the fit and misfit of problems and procedures The "what" of problem-solving : tools and techniques of problem solving The "what" of therapeutic jurisprudence : introduction in the context of problem solving "Why now, and why like this?" The "how" of U/I/A : creativity, insight, and counseling /Janet Weinstein, Linda Morton, and Amy D. Ronner The "how" of U/I/A : in-house counsel /Michael J. Weaver and Robert G. Knaier The "how" of U/I/A : the judiciary and public defenders The "how" of U/I/A : the example of domestic violence /Rana Sampson The "how" of U/I/A : contractual relations The "how" of U/I/A : the meaning and building of trust /Douglas N. Turner Collaboration : a reprise on preventive law in the context of preventive medicine /Samantha Morton, Thomas D. Barton, and Jack Maypole.