The International Survey of Family Law
is the International Society of Family Law’s annual review of developments in family law across the world. The 2008 edition covers developments in 25 countries written by leading academics and family law experts. Each article is accompanied by a French language abstract.
The 2008 Review begins with a round-up of the major developments in the international arena, and is followed by contributions from a diverse selection of countries where there have been important developments in family law, including:
- Strengthening Children’s Rights in German Family Law
- The Voice of the Child in the Israeli Family Court
- Recent Developments in Parent-Child Relationships, Parental Rights and
Child Custody in Japan
- Children: Some New Zealand Developments
- The Reform of Slovenian Family Law: Property Relations Between Spouses
- Awareness of Domestic Violence Calls for Change in Swedish Family Law
- Divergent Paths: Same-Sex Partnership Rights in The United States
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