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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 22, No 4, 2010
Date:7 SEP 2011

CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 22, No 4, 2010

Contents

Articles

Can the centre hold? Reflections on two decades of family law reform in Australia by John Dewar 377

The new family: challenges to American family law by Cynthia Grant Bowman 387

Harmonisation of substantive family law in Europe: myths and reality by Masha Antokolskaia 397

‘Bright line rules may be appropriate in some cases, but not where the object is to promote the welfare of the child': Barring in the best interests of the child? by Helen Reece 422

Challenging presumptions: legal parenthood and surrogacy arrangements by Kirsty Horsey 449

Research

Shared residence: a review of recent research evidence by Liz Trinder 475

Case Commentary

The misfortune of being straightforward? The impact of Re W on children giving evidence in care proceedings by Matthew Hall 499

Reviews

Law, Literature, and the Transmission of Culture in England, 1837-1925, Cathrine O. Frank by Daniel Monk 512

Breaking Up Blues: a Guide to Survival and Growth, Denise Cullington by Chris Barton 516

Books Received 520

Index to Volume 22 i