Nigel Lowe

Nigel Lowe Professor

Professor Nigel Lowe LLB (Sheffield), LLD (Cardiff). Barrister of the Inner Temple. He has been a Professor of Law at Cardiff Law School since 1991 and Head of School since 2010.

He has written extensively and has given numerous papers both nationally and internationally.

He is an editor of Family Law Reports, a consultant editor of International Family Law and is a member of the editorial board for Child and Family Law Quarterly. He is also one of the authors of the much acclaimed book International Movement of Children: Law, Practice and Procedure, The 1996 Hague Convention on the Protection of Children and The New Brussels II Regulation: A Supplement to International Movement of Children. Nigel is also a contributor to The Continuing Evolution of Family Law (all titles Family Law)

Together with Victoria Stephens, he has completed (August 2012) a report The Timing of 1980 Hague Abduction Convention Applications; the 2011 Findings which was a project funded by the Nuffield Foundation. They also presented A Statistical Analysis of Applications Made in 2008 Under the Hague Convention of 25 October 1980 on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction at the 6th Special Commission to review the operation of the 1980 Convention held at The Hague in June 2011 (a report is available on The Hague website).

Products by Author

International Family Law

International Movement of Children

Law, Practice and Procedure

Deals with both lawful movement and abduction of children into and out of the UK.

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Family Law

1996 Hague Convention on the Protection of Children, The

A comprehensive guide to the complexities of the 1996 Convention, including detailed coverage of...

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Available in Family Law Online
FLR Cumulative Index 1995-2013

Family Law

FLR Cumulative Index 1995-2013

Cumulative index of Family Law Reports from 1995 - 2013

Continuing Evolution of Family Law, The

Family Law

Continuing Evolution of Family Law, The

Essential reading for all involved in the study and practice of family law

The New Brussels II Regulation

Family Law

The New Brussels II Regulation

A Supplement to International Movement of Children

Provides a comprehensive guide to the complexities of the new Brussels II Regulation

Family Law Reports

Family Law

Family Law Reports

"The unrivalled and authoritative source of judicially approved case reports, covering all areas...

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Available in Family Law Online

Articles by Author

Obituary: Professor Peter Mann Bromley 03 APR 2013

Obituary: Professor Peter Mann Bromley

Readers will be saddened by the death, at the age of 90, of Professor Peter Bromley. 'Bromley'...

Enforcing orders relating to children [1992] CFLQ 26 26 OCT 2011

Enforcing orders relating to children [1992] CFLQ 26

 

Adoption placement orders – freeing by another name? [1993] CFLQ 62 17 OCT 2011

Adoption placement orders – freeing by another name? [1993] CFLQ 62

 

The changing face of adoption – the gift/donation model versus the contract/services model  [1997] CFLQ 371 30 SEP 2011

The changing face of adoption – the gift/donation model versus the contract/services model [1997] CFLQ 371

 

The 1996 Hague Convention on the protection of children - a fresh appraisal [2002] CFLQ 191 28 SEP 2011

The 1996 Hague Convention on the protection of children - a fresh appraisal [2002] CFLQ 191

The coming into force of the 1996 Convention on the Protection of Children in January 2002...