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Family Law provides legal news, updates and case reports covering every area of family law and practice.
“widely read legal periodical amongst the district bench according to recent Bulletin survey"
Law Bulletin, Volume 21 Number 2 (Summer 2010)
"the principal (monthly) periodical dealing with contemporary issues"
Sir Mark Potter P (September 2008)
Family Law is the leading practitioner journal, ensuring all family law professionals keep up with the latest developments and their impact on practice. Each issue contains the latest news of legislative change, authoritative case reports, invaluable articles and news items written and compiled by experts for the practising family law professional.
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