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Issue 3 of Child and Family Law Quarterly 2018 is published today. Articles in this special issue focusing on marriage include:
A uniform law of marriage? The 1868 Royal Commission reconsidered Rebecca Probert, Maebh Harding and Brian Dempsey
Beyond belief: the law and practice of marriage formation in contemporary Scotland Murray McLean
A uniform marriage law for England and Wales? Rebecca Probert
Changing conceptions of marriage in Ireland: law and practice Susan Leahy and Kathryn O’Sullivan
Marriage and civil partnership in Northern Ireland: a changing legal landscape Frank Cranmer and Sharon Thompson
Individual copies of this special issue of CFLQ can be ordered online.
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