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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 16, No 4, 2004
Date:22 SEP 2011

CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 16, No 4, 2004

CONTENTS

Articles

The nature, scope, and use of the specific issue order by Stephen Gilmore 367

Reconstructing the HFEA 1990: is blood really thicker than water? by Julie Wallbank 387

Should greater prominence be given to pre-nuptial contracts in the law of ancillary relief? by Brigitte Clark 399

Research

Parents with learning difficulties, care proceedings and the family courts: threshold decisions and the moral matrix by Tim Booth, Wendy Booth and David McConnell 409

The plight of neglected children - social work and judicial decision-making, and management of neglect cases by Dorota Iwaniec, Theresa Donaldson and His Honour Judge Martin Allweis 423

Case Commentary

Evans v Amicus Healthcare;

Hadley v Midland Fertility Services - Revealing cracks in the 'twin pillars'? by Sally Sheldon 437

Sutton v Mishcon de Reya and Gawor & Co - Cohabitation contracts and Swedish sex slaves by Rebecca Probert 453

Book Reviews 465

Books Received 471