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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 10, No 1, 1998
Date:30 SEP 2011

CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 10, No 1, 1998

CONTENTS

Articles

Changing families and changing concepts - reforming the language of family law by Andrew Bainham 1

Reconstructing families - changing children's surnames by Abigail R. Bond 17

The effect of insolvency on applications for financial provision by Gareth Miller 29

Stating a case for the ‘unstatemented' - children with special educational needs in mainstream schools by Laura Lundy 39

In whose best interests? - post-adoption contact with the birth family by Murray Ryburn 53

The Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act 1982 - interim relief in relation to foreign matrimonial proceedings by Robin Spon-Smith 71

Case Commentary

R v Secretary of State for the Home Department
ex parte Venables and Thompson
The age of innocence? - the concept of childhood in the punishment of young offenders by Julia Fionda 77

R v Birmingham City Council ex parte A An unsuitable case for judicial review? by Catherine Williams 89

A Metropolitan Borough Council v DB and Re C (Detention: Medical Treatment) Extra-statutory confinement - detention and treatment under the inherent jurisdiction by Andrew Downie 101

Book Reviews 107

Books Received 117