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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 17, No 2, 2005
Date:21 SEP 2011

CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 17, No 2, 2005

CONTENTS

Articles

Displacing the 'conjugal family' in legal policy - a progressive move? by Lisa Glennon 141

The role of philosophical and constitutional arguments in the same-sex marriage debate: a response to John Murphy by Nicholas Bamforth 165

Inter-parental conflict and children's adaptation to separation and divorce: theory, research and implications for family law, practice and policy by Gordon T. Harold and Mervyn Murch 185

Research

Parental responsibility and the duty to consult - the public's view by Garfield Potter and Catherine Williams 207

Room for improvement? Views of key professionals involved in care order proceedings by Emma Larkin, Dominic McSherry and Dorota Iwaniec 231

Taking the plunge: perceptions of risk-taking associated with formal and informal partner relationships by Mavis Maclean and John Eekelaar 247

Case Commentary

Oxley v Hiscock in the Court of Appeal: the search for principle continues by Graham Battersby 259

Smith v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions: child support, the self-employed and the meaning of ‘total taxable profits' - total confusion reigns by Nick Wikeley and Lisa Young 267

Books Received 293