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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 8, No 3, 1996
Date:21 JUN 2012

CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 8, No 3, 1996

Contents

Articles

The social construction of child abuse for practical policy purposes - a review of Child Protection: Messages from Research by Corinne Wattam 189

The proper role of courts in child care cases by Mary Hayes 201

Post-divorce parenting - rethinking shared residence by Arthur Baker and Peter Townsend 217

Making decisions about children after parental separation by Jan Pryor and Fred Seymour 229

Research

Keeping secrets in assisted reproduction - the tension between donor anonymity and the need of the child for information by Sarah Maclean and Mavis Maclean 243

Case Commentary

Mutual wills - an exceptional case? Re Goodchild (Deceased) and Another by Lynne Ross 253

How not to judge the quantum (and priority) of a share in the family home: Midland Bank v Cooke and Another by Graham Battersby 261

Protecting victims of domestic violence and harassment: McCann v Wright; Burris v Azadani 269