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Publication alert: Child and Family Law Quarterly 2018, Issue 1

Sep 29, 2018, 22:16 PM
Family Law, Child and Family Law Quarterly, parental separation, surrogacy, parental orders, radicalisation, child protection, extremism, Hayatleh v Modfy, financial remedy cases
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Issue 1 of Child and Family Law Quarterly 2018 is published today. Articles include:

  • 'Children’s experiences of ‘home’ after parental separation' Belinda Fehlberg, Kristin Natalier and Bruce M Smyth
  • 'Two means two, but must does not mean must: an analysis of recent decisions on the conditions for parental orders in surrogacy' Alan Brown
  • 'Religion as harm? Radicalisation, extremism and child protection' Rachel Taylor
  • 'Hayatleh v Modfy: presuming the validity of a known ceremony of marriage' Rebecca Probert
  • 'Causal and temporal connections in financial remedy cases: the meaning of marriage' Anna Heenan

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