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Child and Family Law Quarterly is a multidisciplinary journal covering all aspects of child and family law, which contains essential articles and comment on all aspects of family and child law.
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CFLQ 25 Year Anniversary


Vol 25, No 4, 2013



Hearing the ‘voice of the child'? The role of child contact centres in the family justice system by Louise Caffrey 357

The role of family in mental health law: a framework for transformation by Mary Donnelley and Claire Murray 380

Parents' experiences of Family Dispute Resolution and family law services in Australia following shared parenting reform: recent qualitative findings by Rachel Carson, Belinda Fehlberg and Christine Millward 406

Group localised grooming: what is it and what challenges does it pose for society and law? by Jamie-Lee Mooney and Suzanne Ost 425

Lesbian mothers, fathers and other animals: Is the political personal in multiple parent families? by Julie Wallbank and Chris Dietz 451

Case commentary

Capacity to cohabit: Hoping ‘everything turns out well in the end' PC v City of York [2013] EWCA Civ 478 by Jesse Wall and Jonathan Herring 471

‘When binding is not binding and when not binding, binds': An analysis of the procedural route of ‘non-binding arbitration' in AI v MT by Tamara Tolley 484


Great Debates: Family Law, Jonathan Herring, Rebecca Probert and Stephen Gilmore by Penny Russell 502

Modern Couples? Continuity and Change in Heterosexual Relationships, Jenny Van Hooff by Simone Wong 504

Books Received 510

Index to Volume 25

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