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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 3, 2002

CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 14, No 3, 2002

CONTENTS

Articles

Beyond the welfare principle by John Eekelaar 237

The presumption of marriage by Andrew Borkowski 251

One step forward and three steps back? Children, abuse and parental contact in Denmark by Marianne Hester 267

Adoptive parenthood as a ‘legal fiction' - its consequences for direct post-adoption contact by Carole Smith and Janette Logan 281

The emerging rights of imprisoned mothers and their children by Vanessa E. Munro 303

Case Commentary

The Queen on the application of Quintavalle v the Secretary of State for Health Are cloned embryos embryos? by Jonathan Herring and Dr P-L Chau 315

Re B (Adoption: Natural Parent) Putting the child at the heart of adoption? by Sonia Harris-Short 325

Re B (Consent to Treatment: Capacity) A right to die or is it right to die? by Richard Huxtable 341

Book Reviews 357

Books Received 363

Financial Remedies Handbook

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Cohabitation

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