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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 25, No 1, 2013
Date:2 APR 2013

 

CFLQ 25 Year Anniversary

CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 25, No 1, 2013

Contents

Articles

Doctrinal incoherence or practical problem? Minor parents consenting to their offspring's medical treatment and involvement in research in England and Wales by Sara Fovargue 1    

Same-sex couples and the harmonisation of EU matrimonial property regimes: unjustifiable discrimination or missed opportunities? by Stuart Davis 19    

Conflicting rights: English adoption law and the implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child by Brian Sloan 40    

A comparative overview of the treatment of non-matrimonialassets, indexation and value increases by Jens M Scherpe 61    

Case commentary

The role of intention in non-marriage cases post Hudson v Leigh by Chris Bevan 80    

Reviews

Children's Socio-Economic Rights, Democracy and the Courts, Aoife Nolan by Emma Nottingham 96    

Ideas and Debates in Family Law, Rob George by Kathryn O'Sullivan 99    

Children and the European Union: Rights, Welfare and Accountability, Helen Stalford by Ruth Lamont 104    

The Future of Child and Family Law: International Predictions, Elaine E Sutherland by Chris Barton 108    

Books Received 112