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Vol 15, No 1, 2003



Reforming family property - comparisons, compromises and common dimensions by Lorna Fox 1

Parental responsibility and the unmarried father - a new dimension to the debate by Stephen Gilmore 21

Disability discrimination reforms in education - could do better? by Ann Blair and Anna Lawson 41

A child's right to veto in England and Wales - another welfare ploy? by Christine Piper and Artem Miakishev 57


The implementation of care plans and its relationship to children's welfare by Judith Harwin and Morag Owen 71

Evaluation of an information programme for divorced or separated parents by Gillian M. Mayes, Graeme B. Wilson, Raymond A. R. MacDonald and John B. Gillies 85

Case Commentary

Re J (Leave to Issue Application for Residence Order) - Recognising grandparents' concern or controlling their interference? by Gillian Douglas 103

Book Reviews 113

Books Received 117

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