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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 27, No 4, 2015
Date:2 DEC 2015

Child and Family Law Quarterly

Vol 27, No 4, 2015

Contents


Articles

Myths and misunderstanding in adoption law and policy By Julie Doughty   331

Intercountry adoption and the best interests of the child: The Hague Convention of 1993 and the importance of bonding By Lara Walker   355

How do judges decide international relocation cases? By Rob George   377

Land reform, inheritance rights and unintended consequences By Dot Reid and Nicole Sweeney   403

The right of the child to be heard? Professional experiences of child care proceedings in the Irish district court By Aisling Parkes, Caroline Shore, Conor O’Mahony and Kenneth Burns   423


Case Commentary

Judging children’s rights and the benefit cap: R (SG and Others) v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions By Kathryn Hollingsworth   445


Book Reviews

International Surrogacy Arrangements: Legal Regulation at the International Level, K
Trimmings and P Beaumont (eds) By Emma Walmsley and Amel Alghrani   467

The Hague Child Abduction Convention: A Critical Analysis, Rhona Schuz  By Ruth Lamont   471


Books Received   475