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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 11, No 2, 1999
Date:29 SEP 2011

CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 11, No 2, 1999

CONTENTS

Articles

Concurrent planning - a judicial perspective by Nicholas Wall 97

Obligations arising from genetic information - negligence and the protection of familial interests by Graeme T. Laurie 109

Research

The future of specialist child care mediation by Michael King 137

International Developments

One step forward, two steps back - the European Convention on the Exercise of Children's Rights by Caroline Sawyer 151

Case Commentary

R v Central Criminal Court ex parte S Privacy and the press - the latest stage in the battle by Mike Dodd 171

R v Chief Constable of North Wales Police and Others ex parte AB and Another Is a sense of proportion needed in the judicial review of emotive cases? by Anne Scully 183

B v B (Occupation Order) and Chalmers v Johns Occupation orders under the Family Law Act 1996by Felicity Kaganas 193

Book Reviews 205

Books Received 207