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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 13, No 4, 2001
Date:28 SEP 2011

CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 13, No 4, 2001

CONTENTS

Articles

Do some separated parents who cannot agree arrangements for their children need a more therapeutic rather than forensic service? by Ann Buchanan and Victoria Bream 353

Contact - challenging conventional wisdom by Rebecca Bailey-Harris 361

Reflections in the aftermath of the family mediation pilot by Gwynn Davis 371

Families and new medical dilemmas - capacity to make decisions by Michael Gunn, John Bellhouse, Isabel Clare, Tony Holland and Peter Watson 383

Doctors, parents and the law - organ retention after paediatric cardiac surgery at the Bristol Royal Infirmary by Mavis Maclean 399

New Legislation

The Adoption and Children Bill - a fast track to failure? by Sonia Harris-Short 405

Case Commentary

Z and Others v United Kingdom; TP and KM v United Kingdom Human rights and child protection by Joanna Miles 431

Payne v Payne Leave to remove children from the jurisdiction by Alison Perry 455

Book Reviews 463