There are many ways one can do justice research. Indeed, different academic disciplines have developed, which taken together constitute the justice studies. Unfortunately, however, there is little traffic across disciplinary borders within these studies (Miller 1992) and, more important, there is a complete lack of understanding of how one area of justice research can be of relevance to another. To begin communication between the different fields of justice research, one would have to start with a taxonomy of what social justice research is and which different disciplines exist within the justice studies. As a second step then, the relations of how results from one discipline can influence another must be studied. Based on a suggestion for a taxonomy of justice research, this paper attempts to make vivid the idea that there is much to be gained if interdisciplinary exchange would become the rule, not the exception in this area of research.