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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 26, No 2, 2014



Care proceedings – is there a better way? by Julie Doughty 113

Speaking when they are spoken to: hearing vulnerable witnesses in care proceedings by Penny Cooper 132

Listening to the child’s voice in the family setting: from aspiration to reality by Elaine E Sutherland 152

Same-sex marriage but not mixed-sex partnerships: should the Civil Partnership Act 2004 be extended to opposite-sex couples?by Ruth Gaffney-Rhys 173

Geopolitics and the right to education, and why ‘no person’ is, in fact, a child by Bill Bowring 196

Case commentary

Beyond the balancing scales: the importance of prejudice and dialogue in A Local Authority v E and Others by Camillia Kong 216

Re G; Re Z (Children: Sperm Donors: Leave to Apply for Children Act Orders): essential ‘biological fathers’ and invisible ‘legal parents’ by Alan Brown 237


Child Abduction within the European Union, Katarina Trimmingsby Rhona Schuz 252

Books Received 257

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