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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 21, No 3, 2009
Date:13 SEP 2011

CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 21, No 3, 2009

Contents

Articles

‘Bodies in the Shadows': joint birth registration, parental responsibility and social class by Julie Wallbank 267

‘It is difficult for a white judge to understand': orientalism, racialisation, and Christianity in English child welfare cases by Suhraiya Jivraj and Didi Herman 283

Between unconditional acceptance and responsibility: should family ethics limit the scope of reproductive autonomy? by Roy Gilbar 309

Children's right to know their origins - too far, too fast? by Jane Fortin 336

Case Commentary

E.B. v France: a missed opportunity? by Dr Ian Curry-Sumner 356

The Limits of Proprietary Estoppel: Thorner v Major by John Mee 367

Shutting the door on negligence liability: Lawrence v Pembrokeshire County Council and L v Reading Borough Council by Elaine Palser 384

Book Reviews

Responsibility, Law and the Family, Jo Bridgeman, Heather Keating and Craig Lind (eds) by Stephen Gilmore 398

Legal Response to Domestic Violence, Mandy Burton by Jonathan Herring 406

Books Received 409