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Vol 21, No 2, 2009



The inspection of ultra-orthodox Jewish schools: ‘the Audit Society' and ‘the Society of Scholars' by Anthony Bradney 133

Regulating home education: negotiating standards, anomalies and rights by Daniel Monk 155

Separate representation and family courts - do we need them in the Nordic countries? by Eva Ryrstedt 185

The legal recognition of lesbian-led families: justifications for change by Adiva Sifris 197

Case Commentary

Suspicions, sitting on the fence and standards of proof by Heather Keating 230

Family values in the home: Fowler v Barron by Andrew Hayward 242

Book Reviews

Investing in children: policy, law and practice in context, Christine Piper by Julie Doughty 257

International family law for the European Union, Johan Meeusen, Marta Pertegàs, Gert Straetmans and Frederik Swennen (eds) by Helen Toner 262

Books Received 264

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