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Jennifer Buckley and Debora Price, University of ManchesterKeywords: pensions – divorce – financial remedies – matrimonial finance – gender –...
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Dr Jessie Blackbourn, Durham Law School, Durham UniversityKeywords: radicalisation, closed material procedures, special advocates, disclosureClosed material procedures were originally introduced in...
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Dr Ellen Gordon-Bouvier, Oxford Brookes UniversityKey words: Divorce – Prenuptial Agreement – Clean Break – Autonomy – Temporality The full version of this article will...
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Issue 3 of Child and Family Law Quarterly 2019 is out now in both print and online via LexisLibrary. Articles include:Plural approaches to faith-based dispute resolution by Britain’s Muslim...
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Keywords: Civil partnerships – marriage – cohabitation - Steinfeld and Keidan  The full version of this article will appear in Child and Family Law Quarterly, Vol 31, No ...
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Sarah Hansen, PhD candidate, Queen’s University BelfastKeywords: Article 8 – post-adoption – contact – birth parents – adoption – siblingsThe full...
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Solicitor Kash Mahmood wonders whether Lady Justice's blindfold should be removed to see the world as she really is. Since the 16th century, Lady Justice has often been depicted wearing a blindfold....
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Tis the season to be jolly but for those divorced or separated parents, and their children it can be the season for stress and disappointment. But it does not have to be that way. Of course, managing...
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The number of homeless households in insecure accommodation in England has risen again, with more than 120,000 children in temporary homes, including bed and breakfast rooms and hostels, the latest...
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Neville Harris and Gail Davidge, University of Manchester Keywords: Children – Rights – Participation – Special needs – Disabilities – Autonomy The full version...
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