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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 16, No 2, 2004
Date:22 SEP 2011

CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 16, No 2, 2004

CONTENTS

Articles

Homosexual rights by Brenda Hale 125

The employment of children by Carolyn Hamilton and Bob Watt 135

Judicial discretion and methods of ascertaining the views of a child by Fiona E. Raitt 151

Relationship breakdown, women and tenants' rights - choice or paternalism by Caroline Hunter and Sarah Blandy 165

'Working together?' - admissions of abuse in child protection proceedings and criminal prosecutions by Cathy Cobley 175

Research

Turn down the volume? - not hearing children in family Proceedings by Adrian L. James, Allison James and Sally McNamee 189

Case Commentary

P v P (Ancillary Relief: Proceeds of Crime) - Disclosure under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 of suspicions of tax evasion gained during ancillary relief negotiations by Philip Wylie 203

Re C (Welfare of Child: Immunisation) - Room to refuse? Immunisation, welfare and the role of parental decision making by Kath O'Donnell 213

R (Williamson) v Secretary of State for Education and Employment - Accommodation of Religion in Education by Holly Cullen 231

Books Received 243