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Publication alert: Family Law June 2018

Sep 29, 2018, 23:24 PM
Family Law June 2018, David James Lister, Nuffield FamilyJustice Observatory Development Team, Kirsty Richards, Graeme Fraser, Dr Claire Fenton-Glynn, Sir James Munby, Sir Andrew McFarlane, Frances Hamilton, Alex Curran, Rebecca Probert, Grace Lawrence, Mary Welstead, Her Honour Nasreen Pearce and District Judge Sue Jackson, Jonathan Tod, Matthew Stott, Margaret DeJong and Marta Neil, Tony Whatling, Julie Doughty, Rebecca Dziobon, David Burrows, Mary Welstead
The June issue of Family Law is published today
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The June issue of Family Law is published. Articles include:
  • Embracing change David James Lister
  • The Nuffield Family Justice Observatory: taking it forward Nuffield Family Justice Observatory Development Team
  • The decision making process: Re DAM Kirsty Richards
  • Separated children in children proceedings: thinking outside the box Graeme Fraser
  • Male circumcision vs female genital mutilation: two sides of the same coin? Dr Claire Fenton-Glynn
  • The Family Bar in a digital world Sir James Munby
  • Contact: a point of view Sir Andrew McFarlane
  • EU Citizenship free movement rights and same-sex couples Frances Hamilton
  • Brussels II, Brexit and beyond Alex Curran
  • Criminalising non-compliance with marriage formalities? Rebecca Probert 
  • Stale arrears: era of enlightenment? Grace Lawrence
  • Surrogacy Update 2015–2018: the dominoes have fallen: Part 1 Mary Welstead
  • Trust corporations as deputies for P: holding to account Her Honour Nasreen Pearce and District Judge Sue Jackson
  • The Child Maintenance Service: a step backwards Jonathan Tod
  • Applications to stop notification of care proceedings to parents: local authority duties Matthew Stott
  • A trial for change: the experiences and dilemmas of a multidisciplinary expert witness team Margaret DeJong and Marta Neil
  • Mediation: screening for safe practice Tony Whatling 
  • Press reporting on family courts Julie Doughty
  • Interim capital relief Rebecca Dziobon
  • Guidance: parents with learning difficulties David Burrows
  • Sex and marriage: no concern of the judges or of the State Mary Welstead

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