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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 27, No 1, 2015

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Child and Family Law Quarterly

Vol 27, No 1, 2015

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Third (or fourth) time lucky for care proceedings reform? By Judith Masson  3

Emergency barring orders in domestic violence cases: what can England and Wales learn from other European countries? By Mandy Burton  25

Children's voices: centre-stage or sidelined in  out-of-court dispute resolution in England and Wales? By Jan Ewing, Rosemary Hunter, Anne Barlow and Janet Smithson  43

The draft Nuptial Agreements Bill and the abolition of the common law rule: 'swept away' or swept under the carpet? By Marie Parker  63


Case Commentary

The regulation and recognition of surrogacy under English law: an overview of the case-law By Claire Fenton-Glynn  83


Book Reviews

The Children Act, Ian McEwan By The Hon Sir Mark Hedley  97

Vulnerabilities, Care and Family Law, Julie Wallbank and Jonathan Herring By Dr Lara Walker  100


Books Received   105
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