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. Available as either a print or online subscription.
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Law Bulletin, Volume 21 Number 2 (Summer 2010)
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December 2013 Content
- View from the President’s chambers: the process of reform:
private law Sir James Munby
- Custody, care and control to shared parental responsibility
The Hon Mr Justice Moylan
- J is for jurisdiction: Re J Alistair MacDonald QC and Julie Moseley
Family law and its people: image and truth Professor Chris Barton
and Grenville Jay
- Child sexual exploitation: the criminal courts, vulnerable
witnesses and threshold in care cases Elizabeth Tomlinson
- Domestic relocation: key findings from the 2012 study
Dr Rob George and Dr Ornella Cominetti
- Lesbian co-parents: still not real mothers Lucy Yeatman
- DVP notices and orders: vulnerable to human rights challenge?
- Report to the President of the Family Division of the Private
- Draft Child Arrangements Programme
- No early closing for forum shopping: Mittal v Mittal
- Shadow directors beware: applying Prest in M v M Olivia Buchan
- Disclosure: privilege, confidentiality and public interest immunity:
Part 2: legal professional privilege in family proceedings
- How to get the best out of your clients Liz Copeland
- Dispute Resolution: Being seen and heard: mediation principles
revisited Marion Stevenson
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