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The fastest way to access the latest information about international children law. You can tailor your online package to suit your particular practice needs without taking unnecessary modules. You can even give each practitioner in your firm different modules, according to their specialisms.
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This digital library comprises an extensive range of leading practitioner textbooks. Perfect in breadth and depth for your legal research, with all the benefits of our online platform such as:
Part I - The Framework of the Convention
principles and structures needed for the implementation of the Convention.
Part II - The Framework for Protection of Children (the national and international framework)
implementation of procedural aspects of intercountry adoption legal issues and post-adoption services.
Part III - Annexes
By reviewing first the broader framework of Convention principles and structures, followed by a review of the framework for protection of children through good practices and procedures to apply in individual cases, the Guide aims to provide the overview necessary to assist all those responsible for the policy and practice of implementing the Convention, whether at the international, national or local level.
A subscription to the full International Children Law Focus will provide you with:
As well as dealing with practical issues affecting lawyers' case work, International Family Law looks at some of the deeper issues concerning the rationale and jurisprudence of existing law. International family law reform can best go forward when practitioners and academics learn from and communicate with each other.
Edited by Elizabeth Walsh, the respected editor of, with the help of leading family law specialists from around the world, International Family Law will keep you fully informed of all the latest developments in such subject areas as; Forum shopping, International enforcement, International parental child abduction, conflicts of matrimonial and property laws and isclosure of evidence.
Regular articles on the wider cultural issues of divorce around the world also help you to comprehend the context of each case.This unique, wide-ranging coverage ensures that International Family Law is an essential resource for family law libraries everywhere.
Each issue contains: