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03 SEP 2018

Publication alert: Family Law September 2018

Publication alert: Family Law September 2018
The September issue of Family Law is published. Articles include:

  • The cost of LASPO Katy Rensten

  • Change is overdue: Owens Hazel Wright

  • Time for reflection: Mills Beverley Morris

  • The rise of private FDRs Rhys Taylor

  • Supreme Court and s 20: Williams v Hackney Elizabeth Walsh

  • The View from the Bar Rob George

  • Because it is the right thing to do Sir James Munby 

  • The role of the justice system in decision-making for children Sir Ernest Ryder 

  • The forbidden territories Andrew Bainham 

  • Recent cases relating to female genital mutilation Ruth Gaffney-Rhys 

  • The law of financial remedies on divorce: a round-table discussion at the House of Lords Jo Edwards

  • Financial provision on divorce: are you certain, Minister? Peter G Harris 

  • Rethinking adoption and birth family contact: is there a role for the law? Elsbeth Neil

  • Local authority update: Autumn 2018: special guardianship orders Emma Kendall 

  • Anything but child’s play: surrogacy and thorny issues of identity, parenthood and status in modern families Louisa Ghevaert and Richard Jones 

  • Conversation pieces: reflections in family mediation: Part 2: ‘In the beginning is the conversation . . .’ Neil Robinson

  • How may the law be reformed to improve the uptake and experience of mediation? Jo Edwards, Amanda Sandys and Jamie Gaw

  • Expert evidence in children’s proceedings: a new Transparency Project guidance note Sarah Phillimore 

  • Outcomes of care proceedings for children before and after care proceedings reform Judith Masson

  • Nagalro Guidance Elizabeth Walsh

  • Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill Nasreen Pearce

Family Law is the title of reference and record in the field of family law since 1970 and is the leading practitioner journal compiled by experts for family law professionals. The journal features the latest official guidances, in-depth case analysis and topical articles.

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