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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 22, No 3, 2010
Date:7 SEP 2011

CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 22, No 3, 2010

Contents

Articles

Lost opportunities: law reform and transparency in the family courts by Lord Justice Munby 273

Are some parents more natural than others? by Kim Everett and Lucy Yeatman 290

Constructing childhood sexuality in teacher-student sexual relationships by Brian Simpson 310

Research

Legal assumptions, cohabitants' talk and the rocky road to reform by Anne Barlow and Janet Smithson 328

Case Commentary

Hudson v Leigh - the concept of non-marriage by Ruth Gaffney-Rhys 351

Reviews

Children's Rights in Africa: a Legal Perspective, Julia Sloth-Nielsen (ed) by Fareda Banda 364

Children's Rights and the Developing Law/Children's Rights In Scotland, Jane Fortin/Alison Cleland and Elaine E. Sutherland (eds) by Kathryn Hollingsworth 366

Sharing Lives, Dividing Assets: An Inter-Disciplinary Study, Jo Miles and Rebecca Probert (eds) by Andrew Hayward 371

Books Received 376