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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 11, No 3, 1999
Date:29 SEP 2011

CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 11, No 3, 1999

CONTENTS

Articles

Much ado about nothing - a critical comment on key provisions relating to children in the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 by Loraine Gelsthorpe and Allison Morris 209

The Human Rights Act and the welfare principle in family law - conflicting or complementary? by Jonathan Herring 223

The HRA's impact on litigation involving children and their families by Jane Fortin 237

The dashing of a ‘liberal dream'? - the information meeting, the ‘new family' and the limits of law by Richard Collier 257

New Legislation

The counterfeit contract - reform, pretence and muddled principles in the new referral order by Camilla Wonnacott 271

The Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act - the evidence of children and vulnerable adults by Phil Bates 289

Case Commentary

Re Hancock (Deceased) and Espinosa v Bourke Moral obligation and family provision by Andrew Borkowski 305

Re S (Medical Treatment: Adult Sterilisation) Retrenching on risk - revising the lawful boundaries of sterilization by Andrea J. Fenwick 313

Islam v Secretary of State for the Home Department; R v Immigration Appeal Tribunal and Another ex parte Shah Somewhere to run to - gender persecution and refugee status by Sinead Conneely 321

Book Reviews 333

Books Received 343