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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 6, No 1, 1994

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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 6, No 1, 1994

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Persistent young offenders by Michael Cavadino 2

Joint parenting systems: the English experiment by Brenda Hoggett 8

Sexual abuse: some common law and equitable responses by Michael Bryan 13

Illegal placements in adoption by Kath O'Donnell 17

Runaway children: a new response to an old problem by Graeme Brown and Michael J Elks 22

Female genital mutilation - cultural or criminal? by Susan Akers 27

Who can smack children now? by Chris Barton and Katarina Moss 32

Case Commentary

Re C: The effect of a freeing order by Mike Horton 35

Flexibility in the interpretation of the Memorandum of Good Practice: Re M by Jenny McEwan 39

Contact and care - the dichotomy resolved by John Williams 43

Book Reviews 46

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