Family Law in UK Law
- Family Law and Genetics
- THE CODIFICATION OF FAMILY LAW*
- The Normal Chaos of Family Law
- Gillian Douglas: Obligation and Commitment in Family Law
- Rights and Utility in Anglo‐Australian Family Law
- Dures, Family Law and the Coherent Legal System
Adversarial Mythologies: Policy Assumptions and Research Evidence in Family Law
This article contrasts policy advocacy of alternative dispute resolution, and demonization of lawyers and court proceedings in family law, with research evidence that calls those policy positions i...
Family (Law) Assemblages: New Modes of Being (Legal)
This article advances a new model for family law to address emerging non‐conventional family formations, particularly between parents and children. We contend that the conventional model of kinship...
Serendipity in legal information seeking behavior. Chance encounters of family-law advocates with court rulings
Purpose: – The purpose of this paper is to investigate the role of serendipity in legal information seeking behavior of family law advocates, whom act in a challenging information environment that ...
The Development of Family Law in the Twentieth Century: Informed Reform or Campaigns and Compromises?
Book reviewed in this article: Stephen Cretney, Law, Law Reform and the Family
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