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Judge Isobel Plumstead: Family Law and Government Policy: A view from the shires

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Her Honour Judge Isobel Plumstead Designated Family Judge, Cambridge

In this article Judge Isobel Plumstead discuses her personal views about how the law for families works and expresses a mixture of optimism and apprehension about how it may work in the future. For the full article, see January [2008] Family Law journal.

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