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Publication alert: Family Law November 2018
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The November issue of Family Law is published. Articles include:
- Maybe this time Nigel Shepherd
- Divorce reform debate Graeme Fraser
- ‘Sensationalist’ ‘provocative’ and ‘unhelpful’ – why I was prepared to say in a national newspaper that our state kidnaps children Louise Tickle
- The UK’s family law prospective position on fully leaving the EU Nigel Lowe QC (Hon) and David Hodson OBE
- All actions concerning children Nuala Mole and Alice Thornton
- A history of divorce law reform in England and Wales: evolution, revolution, or repetition? John Haskey
- Reform and the future of family justice: where is the court modernisation programme heading? Sir James Munby
- Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 update Paula Myers and Jodie Buck
- Access to family court hearings: the legal bloggers pilot Julie Doughty
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