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Publication alert: International Family Law Journal 2018, Issue 2

Sep 29, 2018, 23:22 PM
Family Law, International Family Law Journal, surrogacy, Hong Kong, Marcus Dearle, care proceedings, New Zealand, Paul von Dadelszen, Hearing the children’s objections, Mr Justice MacDonald, law school curriculum, Ana Speed, Parentage, parental orders, Kathryn Cronin, Jemma Dally, "Foreign" powers of attorney, Alex Ruck Keene, pre-nuptial agreements, Australia, Henry Kha
Publication alert: International Family Law Journal 2018, Issue 2
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Issue 2 of International Family Law Journal 2018 is published. Articles include:

  • 'Avoiding the cross hairs – criminal liability arising from surrogacy arrangements in Hong Kong and the UK' Marcus Dearle
  • 'Hearing the child’s voice in care proceedings in New Zealand' Paul von Dadelszen QSO
  • 'Hearing the children’s objections – some perspectives from a judge hearing cases in England and Wales' The Honourable Mr Justice MacDonald
  • 'Making the case for international family law in the law school curriculum' Ana Speed
  • 'Parentage, parental orders and surrogacy arrangements – international case practice' Kathryn Cronin and Jemma Dally
  • '"Foreign" powers of attorney – an unfortunate judicial wrong turn' Alex Ruck Keene
  • 'The vitiation of pre-nuptial agreements in the High Court of Australia' Henry Kha

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