Mavis Maclean

Mavis Maclean

Mavis Maclean CBE is the founding co-director of the Oxford Centre for Family Law and Policy, Oxford University. Her most recent books, with John Eekelaar, include Family Justice: the Work of Family Judges in Uncertain Times, Managing Family Justice in Diverse Societies and Lawyers and Mediators: the Brave New World of Services for Separating Families (Hart, 2016).

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Can one lawyer help two clients? 26 FEB 2016

Can one lawyer help two clients?

This article arises from the author's role at the Resolution debate in October 2015 in proposing...

Legal representation in family matters and the reform of legal aid: a research note on current practice [2012] CFLQ 223 21 SEP 2012

Legal representation in family matters and the reform of legal aid: a research note on current practice [2012] CFLQ 223

When the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 is implemented, private...

Doctors, parents and the law – organ retention after paediatric cardiac surgery at the Bristol Royal Infirmary [2001] CFLQ 399 29 SEP 2011

Doctors, parents and the law – organ retention after paediatric cardiac surgery at the Bristol Royal Infirmary [2001] CFLQ 399

 

Taking the plunge: perceptions of risk-taking associated with formal and informal partner relationships [2005] CFLQ 247 21 SEP 2011

Taking the plunge: perceptions of risk-taking associated with formal and informal partner relationships [2005] CFLQ 247

Given the disparity in the protection provided by the legal framework to those who marry and...