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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 19, No 2, 2007
Date:19 SEP 2011

CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 19, No 2, 2007

CONTENTS

Articles

‘The benefits of marriage in all but name'? Same-sex couples and the Civil Partnership Act 2004 by Nicholas Bamforth 133

Listening to children in the field of education: experience in Wales by Ann Sherlock 161

The ‘responsibility' of children in the criminal law by Heather Keating 183

Research

Hearing children in family law proceedings: can judges make a difference? by Fiona E. Raitt  204

Case Commentary

‘Taking account of the views of the patient', but only if the clinician (and the court) agrees - R (Burke) v General Medical Council by Hazel Biggs 225

Prisoners, their partners and the right to family life by Emily Jackson 239

Imagining Islam ... of meaning and metaphor symbolising the jilbab - R (Begum) v Headteacher and Governors of Denbigh High School by Susan Edwards 247

Book Reviews 269

Books Received 281