CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 17, No 3, 2005


CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 17, No 3, 2005

CONTENTS

Articles

What can the Human Rights Act 1998 do for my mental health? by Brenda Hale 295

Criminal trials where a child is the victim: extra protection for children or a missed opportunity? by Mary Hayes 307

Family law and the Human Rights Act 1998: judicial restraint or revolution? by Sonia Harris-Short 329

The wedding of the Prince of Wales: royal privileges and human rights by Rebecca Probert 363

Research

Why don't they marry? Cohabitation, commitment and DIY marriage by Simon Duncan, Anne Barlow and Grace James 383

Case Commentary

R (SB) v Headteacher and Governors of Denbigh High School - human rights and religious dress in schools by J.K. Mason 399

Flirting with academic categorisations - McFarlane v McFarlane and Parlour v Parlour by Katherine O'Donovan 415

Books Received 427

Book Review 429

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