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Publication alert: Child and Family Law Quarterly 2019, Issue 3

Sep 25, 2019, 11:00 AM
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Issue 3 of Child and Family Law Quarterly 2019 is out now in both print and online via LexisLibrary. Articles include:

  • Plural approaches to faith-based dispute resolution by Britain’s Muslim communities, Rajnaara C Akhtar
  • Birth relationships after adoption – is there a role for Article 8? Sarah Hansen
  • From ‘form’ to function and back again: a new conceptual basis for developing frameworks for the legal recognition of adult relationships, Kathy Griffiths
  • A comparison of child protection and immigration jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights: what role for the best interests of the child? Milka Sormunen
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