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Publication alert: Family Law April 2018

Sep 29, 2018, 22:17 PM
Family Law, April 2018, Alex Laing, Paul Magrath, David Burrows, Maeve O’Higgins, Connor Johnston, Dr Claire Fenton-Glynn, John Eekelaar, Professor Jo Delahunty QC, Anna Remington, Rob George, Rebecca Kelly, Alexia Place, Dr Sharon Thompson, Marcus Dearle, Sarah Phillimore, David Burrows,Abigail Bond, Holly Mieville-Hawkins, Emma Kendall, Sir James Munby, Marcie Shaoul, Lucy Reed, Tony Roe, Douglas Allen
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The April issue of Family Law is published today. Articles include:

  • Why pro bono?’ Alex Laing
  • ‘Five years of legal aid drought – the legacy of LASPO’ Paul Magrath
  • ‘Coram Children’s Legal Centre: legal aid for children after LASPO’ David Burrows
  • ‘Repudiatory retention: Re C’ Maeve O’Higgins
  • ‘Accommodation needs of vulnerable young families’ Connor Johnston
  • ‘HMCTS reform divorce project’ Tony Roe
  • ‘Revoking adoption: Re J (Adoption: Appeal)’ Dr Claire Fenton-Glynn 
  • ‘Welfare and discrimination: Re M’ John Eekelaar 
  • ‘Vulnerable clients and the family justice system: Part 1: Disability and the parent’ Professor  Jo Delahunty QC 
  • ‘Autistic individuals and the family justice system’ Anna Remington and Rob George
  • ‘Excluding different-sex couples from registered and civil partnerships: discrimination and proportionality’ Rebecca Kelly and Alexia Place 
  • ‘Thorne v Kennedy: why Australia’s decision on prenups is important for English law’ Dr Sharon Thompson 
  • ‘Responsible family asset protection: lessons from Asia’s HK$1.2 billion divorce award’ Marcus Dearle 
  • ‘How should the courts respond to the public discussion on the changing nature of adoption?’ Sarah Phillimore 
  • ‘Protection from molestation: orders and legal aid’ David Burrows
  • ‘Dementia and the capacity to marry’ Abigail Bond and Holly Mieville-Hawkins 
  • ‘Local authority update: Spring 2018: welfare and prospective adoptive placements’ Emma Kendall 
  • ‘President’s Guidance: Jurisdiction of the family court’ Sir James Munby
  • ‘President’s Guidance: Case management and mediation of international child abduction proceedings’ Sir James Munby
  • ‘New kid on the block: co-parent coaching’ Marcie Shaoul
  • ‘Why words matter – the debate about “disclosure”’ Lucy Reed 
  • ‘Fact finding: Re J (Contact Orders)’  Douglas Allen

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