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Family Law

The leading authority on all aspects of family law

27 SEP 2011

CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 14, No 1, 2002

CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 14, No 1, 2002

CONTENTS

Articles

Fractured families, fragile children - the sexual vulnerability of girls in the aftermath of divorce by Robin Fretwell Wilson 1

The practical operation of the Children Act complaints procedure by Catherine Williams 25

Children's rights in education - making sense of contradictions by Daniel Monk 45

Research

Taking account of children's needs in divorce - a study of family solicitors' responses to new policy and practice initiatives by Gillian Douglas and Mervyn Murch 57

Case Commentary

Re K (A Child) (Secure Accommodation Order: Right to Liberty) and Re C (Secure Accommodation Order: Representation) Securing human rights for children and young people in secure accommodation by Judith Masson 77

Royal Bank of Scotland plc v Etridge (No 2) The O'Brien defence - a compromise reworked? by Michael Haley 93

Briffett v Director of Public Prosecutions; Bradshaw v DPP Children, the press - and a missed opportunity by Mike Dodd 103

Book Reviews 109

Books Received 115

Family Court Practice, The

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