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Vol 7, No 1, 1995



The legal abuse of homosexual children? by Craig Lind and Conor Butler 3

Intercountry adoption of refugee children: the Hague Recommendation by Kisch Beevers 10

The impact of the Child Support Act on long mothers and their children by Caroline Glendinning, Karen Clarke and Gary Craig 18

Australia's Child Support Scheme - is it working? by Helen Rhoades 26

Children in armed conflict - new moves for an old problem by Carolyn Hamilton 38

Practice Section

Procedural problems in representing children by P M Harris 49

Lawyers for children conference 1994 by William Ackroyd 53

Review of ‘Child's Pay' computer package and supporting material by Imogen Clout 56

Case Commentary

Confidentiality and the GAL: rights and restrictions Re S (A Minor) (Adoption): Manchester City Council v T by Alison Brammer 58

Local authorities, ouster orders and the inherent jurisdiction Re S (Minors) (Inherent Jurisdiction Ouster) by John Dewar 64

Book Reviews 69

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