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Publication alert: Family Law March 2018

Sep 29, 2018, 22:11 PM
Family Law journal, March 2018, The Hon Mr Justice MacDonald, Noel Arnold, Tony Roe, Her Honour Nasreen Pearce, Dewinder Birk, Gwyn Evans, Damian Garrido QC and Dr Rob George, Matthew A Jay, Jenny Woodman, Ruth Gilbert and Karen Broadhurst, David Burrows, Mary Welstead, Jo Edwards, Amanda Sandys and Jamie Gaw, Lucy Reed, Graeme Fraser, Anne-Marie Hutchinson OBE QC (Hon) and Michael Gration
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The March issue of Family Law 2018 is published today. Articles include:

  • The Weight of Memory – Children’s Rights in a Changing World The Hon Mr Justice MacDonald

  • Care (proceedings) in crisis Noel Arnold

  • 18th View on financial remedies: Cinderella is finally to go to the ball Tony Roe

  • Deprivation of liberty of children: Re A-F Her Honour Nasreen Pearce

  • ‘The stool-pigeon, the eavesdropper and the concealed observer’: the need for guidance in respect of covert recordings in family proceedings Dewinder Birk

  • Heartache, Hart-break and equal shares Gwyn Evans

  • Relocation: the holistic approach restored Damian Garrido QC and Dr Rob George

  • Harnessing administrative data for family justice research and practice Matthew A Jay, Jenny Woodman, Ruth Gilbert and Karen Broadhurst

  • Capacity to consent: mental capacity and understanding David Burrows

  • Fatherhood without consent: the responsibility of a fertility clinic Mary Welstead

  • New opportunities in collaborative practice Jo Edwards, Amanda Sandys and Jamie Gaw

  • Quintessentially transparent? Lucy Reed

  • Four Jurisdictions Family Law Conference Graeme Fraser

  • Legal aid and the 1996 Hague Convention: an oversight in LASPO Anne-Marie Hutchinson OBE QC (Hon) and Michael Gration

Family Law is the title of reference and record in the field of family law since 1970 and is the leading practitioner journal compiled by experts for family law professionals. The journal features the latest official guidances, in-depth case analysis and topical articles.

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