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Gillian Douglas, Professor of Law, Cardiff Law School, Cardiff University
Jonathan Herring, Professor of Law, Exeter College, Oxford
Rebecca Probert, Professor of Law, University of Warwick
Stephen Gilmore, Senior Lecturer in Family Law, King’s College London
Jo Miles, Fellow in Law, Trinity College, Cambridge
Daniel Monk, Reader in Law, Birkbeck College, London
Book Reviews Editor
Ruth Lamont, Lecturer in Law, Liverpool Law School
Rebecca Bailey-Harris, Barrister and Professor Emeritus, University of Bristol
Tim Bateman, Reader in Youth Justice, University of Bedfordshire
Lady Justice Black, Court of Appeal
Baroness Deech of Cumnor
Jane Fortin, Emeritus Professor of Law, Sussex Law School, University of Sussex
Baroness Hale of Richmond, Justice of the Supreme Court
Mary Hayes, Emeritus Professor of Law, University of Sheffield
Joan Hunt, Senior Research Fellow, University of Oxford
Rosemary Hunter, Professor of Law, Kent Law School, University of Kent
Nigel Lowe, Professor of Law, Cardiff Law School, Cardiff University
Alistair MacDonald QC
Mavis Maclean, Senior Research Fellow, University of Oxford
Sir James Munby, The President of the Family Division
Neil Perot, Solicitor
Christine Piper, Professor of Law, Brunel University
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the family justice system by Louise Caffrey
- The role of family in mental health law: a framework for
transformation by Mary Donnelley and Claire Murray
- Parents’ experiences of Family Dispute Resolution and family law
services in Australia following shared parenting reform: recent
qualitative findings by Rachel Carson, Belinda Fehlberg and
- Group localised grooming: what is it and what challenges does it
pose for society and law? by Jamie-Lee Mooney and Suzanne Ost
- Lesbian mothers, fathers and other animals: Is the political personal
in multiple parent families? by Julie Wallbank and Chris Dietz
- Capacity to cohabit: Hoping ‘everything turns out well in the end’
PC v City of York  EWCA Civ 478 by Jesse Wall and
- ‘When binding is not binding and when not binding, binds’: An
analysis of the procedural route of ‘non-binding arbitration’ in
AI v MT by Tamara Tolley
- Great Debates: Family Law,Jonathan Herring, Rebecca Probert
and Stephen Gilmore by Penny Russell
- Modern Couples? Continuity and Change in Heterosexual
Relationships, Jenny Van Hooff by Simone Wong
Index to Volume 25
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Submissions are welcomed of original work which is not under consideration for publication in any other journal. Material should be supplied electronically, together with a print out. Electronic format is preferred in MS Word for Windows by email. Documents prepared on a Macintosh must be converted for Windows compatibility.
Author's name should appear after the submission title with an asterisk. Your position and affilitiation should appear next to the asterisk above your first footnote at the bottom of the first page of your main text. Full address(es) for receipt of proofs and payment should be given separately.
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