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Publication alert: Child and Family Law Quarterly 2019, Issue 1

Apr 2, 2019, 08:30 AM
Child and Family Law Quarterly
Issue 1 of Child and Family Law Quarterly 2019 is published today
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Issue 1 of Child and Family Law Quarterly 2019 is published today. Articles include:

  • “How are the access provisions under the 1980 Hague Abduction Convention working?” Nigel Lowe and Victoria Stephens
  • “The practical realisation of children and young people’s participation rights: special educational needs in England” Neville Harris and Gail Davidge
  • “Regulating international surrogacy, ‘the elephant in the room’: some reflections on reform from a UK study” Rita D’Alton-Harrison
  • “McKenzie Friends and litigants in person: widening access to justice or foes in disguise?” Kerry-Ann Barry

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