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Publication alert: Family Law June 2018
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The June issue of Family Law is published. Articles include:
- Embracing change David James Lister
- The Nuffield Family Justice Observatory: taking it forward Nuffield Family Justice Observatory Development Team
- The decision making process: Re DAM Kirsty Richards
- Separated children in children proceedings: thinking outside the box Graeme Fraser
- Male circumcision vs female genital mutilation: two sides of the same coin? Dr Claire Fenton-Glynn
- The Family Bar in a digital world Sir James Munby
- Contact: a point of view Sir Andrew McFarlane
- EU Citizenship free movement rights and same-sex couples Frances Hamilton
- Brussels II, Brexit and beyond Alex Curran
- Criminalising non-compliance with marriage formalities? Rebecca Probert
- Stale arrears: era of enlightenment? Grace Lawrence
- Surrogacy Update 2015–2018: the dominoes have fallen: Part 1 Mary Welstead
- Trust corporations as deputies for P: holding to account Her Honour Nasreen Pearce and District Judge Sue Jackson
- The Child Maintenance Service: a step backwards Jonathan Tod
- Applications to stop notification of care proceedings to parents: local authority duties Matthew Stott
- A trial for change: the experiences and dilemmas of a multidisciplinary expert witness team Margaret DeJong and Marta Neil
- Mediation: screening for safe practice Tony Whatling
- Press reporting on family courts Julie Doughty
- Interim capital relief Rebecca Dziobon
- Guidance: parents with learning difficulties David Burrows
- Sex and marriage: no concern of the judges or of the State Mary Welstead
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