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Vol 24, No 2, 2012



The role of religious tribunals in regulating marriage and divorce by Gillian Douglas, Norman Doe, Sophie Gilliat-Ray, Russell Sandberg and Asma Khan 139

Legislating to promote children’s welfare and the quest for certainty by Helen Rhoades 158

Cohabitation, marriage and child outcomes: an empirical analysis of the relationship between marital status and child outcomes in the UK using the Millennium Cohort Study by Claire Crawford, Alissa Goodman, Ellen Greaves and Rob Joyce 176

Medical confidentiality and communication with the patient’s family: legal and practical perspectives by Roy Gilbar 199

Legal representation in family matters and the reform of legal aid: a research note on current practice by Mavis Maclean 223

Case Commentary

Jones v Kaney and other disincentives: why the Supreme Court’s decision should prompt a Law Commission review of the law in relation to expert witness evidence in family cases by Penny Cooper 234


The Future of Family Property, Katharina Boele-Woekli, Jo Miles and Jens M Scherpe (eds) by Marie Parker 251

Books Received 255

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