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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 20, No 2, 2008
Date:16 SEP 2011

CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 20, No 2, 2008

CONTENTS

Articles

From court missionaries to conflict resolution: a century of family court welfare by Julie Doughty 131

The role of 'functional family' in same-sex family recognition trends by Jenni Millbank 155

Better outcomes for unaccompanied or separated children seeking asylum: a case of putting one's money where one's mouth is? by Neil Cobb 183

Special educational needs: balancing the interests of children and parents in the statementing process by Conor O'Mahony 199

Case Commentary

Marrying an in-law? The future of prohibited degrees of affinity and consanguinity in English law by Lawrence Schäfer 219

Evaluating the views of abducted children: trends in appellate case-law by Peter McEleavy 230

Ownership of the family home: Stack v Dowden in the House of Lords by Graham Battersby 255

Book Reviews 265