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    Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law

    Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law


    2000, Vol.22                2010, Vol.32

    2001, Vol.23                2011, Vol.33

    2002, Vol.24                2012, Vol.34

    2003, Vol.25                2013, Vol.35

    2004, Vol.26                2014, Vol.36

    2005, Vol.27                2015, Vol.37

    2006, Vol.28                2016, Vol.38

    2007, Vol.29

    2008, Vol.30

    2009, Vol.31

     

     

     

    Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 2000, Vol.22

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Susan S.M. Edwards

    Prosecuting 'child pornography': Possession and taking of indecent photographs of children

    No.1

    pp. 1-21

    Anne Barlow, Simon Duncan

    Supporting families? New Labour's communitarianism and the 'rationality mistake': Part I

    No.1

    pp. 23-42

    John Williams

    The inappropriate adult

    No.1

    pp. 43-57

    Andrew Francis

    Lawyers, CABx and the Community Legal Service: A new dawn for social welfare law provision?

    No.1

    pp. 59-75

    Anne Barlow, Simon Duncan

    New Labour s communitarianism, supporting families and the rationality mistake : Part II

    No.2

    pp. 129-143

    Sarah Maclean

    Public investment in private problems: legal aid and the family justice system

    No.2

    pp. 145-157

    Margaret Hall

    After Waterhouse: vicarious liability and the tort of institutional abuse

    No.2

    pp. 159-173

    Mandy Burton

    Prosecution decisions in cases of domestic violence involving children

    No.2

    pp. 175-191

    C. Murray, C. Hallett

    Young people who sexually abuse: the Scottish context

    No.3

    pp. 245-260

    Christine Piper

    Assumptions about children's best interests

    No.3

    pp. 261-276

    Nicole Busby

    Divisions of labour: maternity protection in Europe

    No.3

    pp. 277-294

    Helen Xanthaki

    The judiciary- based system of child support in Germany, France and Greece: an effective suggestion?

    No.3

    pp. 295-311

    Carole Smith

    The Children (Protection from Offenders) (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 1997: new alliances in the management of risk and uncertainty

    No.4

    pp. 367-381

    Harriet Pierpoint

    How appropriate are volunteers as 'appropriate adults' for young suspects? The 'appropriate adult' system and human rights

    No.4

    pp. 383-400

    Patricia Walton

    Reforming the Mental Health Act 1983: an approved social worker perspective

    No.4

    pp. 401-414

    Peter Robson

    The House of Lords and homeless people's rights

    No.4

    pp. 415-434

    Mary Seneviratne, Sarah Cracknell

    Ombudsman's section

    No.4

    pp. 451-460

    I. MacDonald

    Current developments

    No.4

    pp. 461-476

    Louise Ackers

    European section

    No.4

    pp. 477-491

    Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 2001, Vol.23

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Michael Preston-Shoot, Gwyneth Roberts, Stuart Vernon

    Values in social work law: strained relations or sustaining relationships?

    No.1

    pp. 1-22

    Colin Pritchard, Richard Williams

    A three- year comparative longitudinal study of a school-based social work family service to reduce truancy, delinquency and school exclusions

    No.1

    pp. 23-43

    Darren Langdridge, Eric Blyth

    Regulation of assisted conception services in Europe: Implications of the new reproductive technologies for the family

    No.1

    pp. 45-64

    Andy Cartwright, Debra Morris

    Charities and the New Deal : Compact relations?

    No.1

    pp. 65-78

    Ann-Claire Larsen, Alan Petersen

    Rethinking responses to 'domestic violence' in Australian indigenous communities

    No.2

    pp. 121-134

    Barbara Hatfield, Valerie Antcliff

    Detention under the Mental Health Act: balancing rights, risks and needs for services

    No.2

    pp. 135-153

    Jim Campbell, George Wilson, Frank Britton, Bernadette Hamilton, Phil Hughes, Roger Manktelow

    The management and supervision of Approved Social Workers: Aspects of law, policy and practice

    No.2

    pp. 155-172

    L. M. Clements

    Changing the support system for asylum seekers

    No.2

    pp. 173-202

    Rebecca Probert

    From lack of status to contract: assessing the French Pacte Civil de Solidarite

    No.3

    pp. 257-269

    Daniel Monk

    New guidance/ old problems: recent developments in sex education

    No.3

    pp. 271-291

    Gillian Pascall, Sarah-Jo Lee, Rebecca Morley, Susan Parker

    Changing housing policy: women escaping domestic violence

    No.3

    pp. 293-309

    Peter Dwyer

    Retired EU migrants, healthcare rights and European social citizenship

    No.3

    pp. 311-327

    Leslie J. Moran, Beverley Skeggs

    The property of safety

    No.4

    pp. 379-393

    Caroline Hunter, Judy Nixon

    Taking the blame and losing the home: women and anti- social behaviour

    No.4

    pp. 395-410

    Ann Mumford

    Marketing working mothers: contextualizing earned income tax credits within feminist cultural theory

    No.4

    pp. 411-426

    Lee-Ann Fenge

    Empowerment and community care- projecting the 'voice' of older people

    No.4

    pp. 427-439

    Matthew Weait

    Taking the blame: criminal law, social responsibility and the sexual transmission of HIV

    No.4

    pp. 441-457

    Richard Huxtable

    Logical separation? Conjoined twins, slippery slopes and resource allocation

    No.4

    pp. 459-471

    Simon Halliday

    Internal review and administrative justice: some evidence and research questions from homelessness decision- making

    No.4

    pp. 473-490

    Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 2002, Vol.24

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Keith Soothill, Brian Francis

    Moral panics and the aftermath: a study of incest

    No.1

    pp. 1-17

    Susan Millns

    Reproducing inequalities: assisted conception and the challenge of legal pluralism

    No.1

    pp. 19-36

    W. M. I. Suto, I. C. H. Clare, A. J. Holland

    Substitute financial decision- making in England and Wales: a study of the Court of Protection

    No.1

    pp. 37-54

    Ciaran White

    Re- assessing the social worker's role as an appropriate adult

    No.1

    pp. 55-65

    David Hughes, Martin Davis

    Student housing: a cautionary tale of one city

    No.2

    pp. 135-155

    Judith Masson

    Police protection- protecting whom?

    No.2

    pp. 157-173

    Gwynn Davis, Gwyn Bevan

    The future public funding of family dispute resolution services

    No.2

    pp. 175-184

    Roger S. Smith

    The wrong end of the telescope: child protection or child safety?

    No.3

    pp. 247-261

    Carolus van Nijnatten, Willibrord de Graafa

    The legal management of (social) parenthood: adoption and Dutch family policy

    No.3

    pp. 263-277

    Lorraine Waterhouse, Janice McGhee

    Children s hearings in Scotland: compulsion and disadvantage

    No.3

    pp. 279-296

    David McConnell, Gwynnyth Llewellyn

    Stereotypes, parents with intellectual disability and child protection

    No.3

    pp. 297-317

    E. Kay Tisdalla, K. Marshallb, A. Clelandc, A. Plumtreed

    Listening to the views of children? Principles and mechanisms within The Children (Scotland) Act 1995

    No.4

    pp. 385-399

    Juliet Behrens

    The form and substance of Australian legislation on parenting orders: a case for the principles of care and diversity and presumptions based on them

    No.4

    pp. 401-421

    Nicholas Ryder

    Credit unions and financial exclusion- the odd couple?

    No.4

    pp. 423-434

    Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 2003, Vol.25

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Malcolm Hill, Andrew Luckyer, Peter Morton, Susan Batchelor, Jane Scotte

    Safeguarding children's interests in welfare proceedings: the Scottish experience

    No.1

    pp. 1-21

    Carol Brennan

    Third party liability for child abuse: unanswered questions

    No.1

    pp. 23-37

    Nico Trocme, Joan Durrant

    Physical punishment and the response of the Canadian child welfare system: implications for legislative reform

    No.1

    pp. 39-56

    Terry Thomas

    Child protection and covert video surveillance: a new regulatory framework

    No.1

    pp. 57-68

    Cathy Cobley, Tom Sanders

    Shaken Baby Syndrome: child protection issues when children sustain a subdural haemorrhage

    No.2

    pp. 101-119

    Lynda Campbell, Alun Jackson

    High risk infants in the children's court process in Australia: dilemmas and directions

    No.2

    pp. 121-135

    Mandy Burton

    Third party applications for protection orders in England and Wales: service provider's views on implementing Section 60 of the Family Law Act 1996

    No.2

    pp. 137-150

    Lucy Vickers

    Holding the chancellor to account: political speech and medical staff

    No.2

    pp. 151-158

    Cathy Humphreys, Ravi K. Thiara

    Neither justice nor protection: women's experiences of post separation violence

    No.3

    pp. 195-214

    Mark Bell, Peter Cumper

    Section 28 after the Human Rights Act

    No.3

    pp. 215-228

    Brian Corby

    Towards a new means of inquiry into child abuse cases

    No.3

    pp. 229-241

    Peter Bartlett, Jean McHale

    Mental Incapacity and Mental Health: The Development of Legal Reform and the Need for Joined up Thinking

    No.4

    pp. 313-324

    Judith M. Laing

    Reforming mental health law and the ECHR: will the rights of mentally vulnerable adults be protected?

    No.4

    pp. 325-340

    Peter Bartlett

    Adults, mental illness and incapacity: convergence and overlap in legal regulation

    No.4

    pp. 341-353

    Kirsty Keywood

    Gatekeepers, proxies, advocates? The evolving role of carers under mental health and mental incapacity law reforms

    No.4

    pp. 355-368

    Jean McHale

    Standards, quality and accountability- the NHS and mental health: a case for joined up thinking?

    No.4

    pp. 369-382

    Joanne Hunt, Chloe J. Wallace

    The draft Constitutional Treaty: Towards a social constitution for Europe?

    No.4

    pp. 411-423

    Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 2004, Vol.26

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Grainne McKeever

    Social Security as a Criminal Sanction

    No.1

    pp. 1-16

    E. Kay M. Tisdall, R. Bray, K. Marshall, A. Cleland

    Children's Participation in Family Law Proceedings: A Step Too Far or a Step Too Small?

    No.1

    pp. 17-33

    Ezra Hasson

    The Street Level Response to Relationship Breakdown: A Lesson for National Policy?

    No.1

    pp. 35-51

    Charlotte Williams

    Access to Justice and Social Inclusion: The Policy Challenges in Wales

    No.1

    pp. 53-68

    Richard Kirkham

    Ombudsman's section. A Year in the Life of the Parliamentary Ombudsman

    No.1

    pp. 89-98

    Iain McDonald

    Current Developments. Tackling an old problem afresh: the Equal Opportunities Commission's new code of practice on equal pay

    No.1

    pp. 99-109

    Mavis Maclean, John Eekelaar

    The Obligations and Expectations of Couples Within Families: Three Modes of Interaction

    No.2

    pp. 117-130

    Nancy Carlton, Tina Fear, Robin Means

    Responding to the Harassment and Abuse of Older People in the Private Rented Sector: Legal and Social Perspectives

    No.2

    pp. 131-145

    Suzanne Ost

    Getting to Grips with Sexual Grooming? The New Offence under the Sexual Offences Act 2003

    No.2

    pp. 147-159

    Carolus van Nijnatten, Renate van Huizen

    Children of Uxoricide: the Anti- therapeutic Effects of the Construction of Parenthood Pathology in Cases of Family Trauma

    No.3

    pp. 229-244

    Katherine S. Williams

    Child Pornography Law: Does it Protect Children?

    No.3

    pp. 245-261

    Belinda Brooks-Gordon, Andrew Bainham

    Prisoners' Families and the Regulation of Contact

    No.3

    pp. 263-280

    Emma Hitchings

    Insufficiently inhuman: removing AIDS patients from the UK. N v Secretary of State for the Home Department (Terence Higgins Trust intervening) [2003] EWCA Civ 1369

    No.3

    pp. 281-288

    Alexandra Pimora

    Right to Breastfeed in the Workplace? Williams v Ministry of Defence [2003] All ER (D) 142

    No.3

    pp. 289-300

    Carol Smart, Vanessa May

    Why Can't They Agree? The Underlying Complexity of Contact and Residence Disputes

    No.4

    pp. 347-360

    Simone Wong

    Property Regimes for Home sharers: the Civil Partnership Bill and Some Antipodean Models

    No.4

    pp. 361-375

    Joan Rapaport

    A Matter of Principle: the Nearest Relative under the Mental Health Act 1983 and Proposals for Legislative Reform

    No.4

    pp. 377-396

    Emma Hitchings

    Cases

    No.4

    pp. 397-403

    Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 2005, Vol.27

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Sandra Kielty

    Mothers are Non resident Parents Too: A Consideration of Mother's Perspectives on Non residential Parenthood

    No.1, March

    pp. 1-16

    Rosemary Sheehan, Greg Levine

    Parents with Mental Illness: Decision making in Australian Children's Court Cases Involving Parents with Mental Health Problems

    No.1, March

    pp. 17-30

    Claire McDiarmid

    Welfare, Offending and the Scottish Children's Hearings System

    No.1, March

    pp. 31-42

    Anne E. Morris, Susan M. Nott

    Marriage Rites and Wrongs: Challenges to Orthodoxy

    No.1, March

    pp. 43-57

    Richard Kirkham

    The Ombudsmen of Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales

    No.1, March

    pp. 79-90

    Jackie Jones

    The Proposals for a Commission for Equality and Human Rights

    No.1, March

    pp. 91-104

    Joanne Hunt, Chloe J. Wallace

    Combating Social Exclusion: The EU's Contribution

    No.1, March

    pp. 113-120

    Vicky Kemp, Pascoe Pleasence, Nigel J. Balmer

    Incentivising disputes: The Role of Public Funding in Private Law Children Cases

    No.2, June

    pp. 125-141

    Sue Penna

    The Children Act 2004: Child Protection and Social Surveillance

    No.2, June

    pp. 143-157

    Jonathan Herring

    Farewell Welfare?

    No.2, June

    pp. 159-171

    Emma Hitchings

    The Impact of Cannings on Civil Child Protection Cases

    No.2, June

    pp. 173-184

    Richard Kirkham

    Reforming The Tribunal Sector

    No.2, June

    pp. 185-197

    Iain McDonald

    Proposals to Transfer Complaints Panels to the Commission for Social Care Inspection Throwing the Baby out with the Bath Water?

    No.2, June

    pp. 199-212

    Joanne Hunt, Chloe J. Wallace

    Implementing Gender Equality and Mainstreaming in an Enlarged European Union- Some Thoughts on Prospects and Challenges for Central Eastern Europe

    No.2, June

    pp. 213-225

    Fran Wasoff

    Mutual Consent: Separation Agreements and the Outcomes of Private Ordering in Divorce

    No. 3-4, December

    pp. 237-250

    Eileen Spencer-Dawe

    Lone Mothers in Employment: Seeking Rational Solutions to Role Strain

    No. 3-4, December

    pp. 251-264

    Simone Wong

    The Human Rights Act 1998 and the Shared Home: Issues for Cohabitants

    No. 3-4, December

    pp. 265-279

    Helen Baker

    Involving Children and Young People in Research on Domestic Violence and Housing

    No. 3-4, December

    pp. 281-297

    Ann Stewart

    Choosing Care: Dilemmas of a Social Market

    No. 3-4, December

    pp. 299-314

    Carole Smith

    Trust v Law: Promoting and Safeguarding Post Adoption Contact

    No. 3-4, December

    pp. 315-332

    Richard Kirkham

    A Complainant's View of the Local Government Ombudsman

    No. 3-4, December

    pp. 383-394

    Joanne Hunt, Chloe J. Wallace

    Governing the Body: Examining EU Regulatory Developments in Relation to Substances of Human Origin

    No. 3-4, December

    pp. 427-437

    Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 2006, Vol.28

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    Title

    number

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    Caroline Sawyer

    The Child is Not a Person: Family Law and Other Legal Cultures

    No.1, March

    pp. 1-14

    Judith Masson

    Fair Trials in Child Protection

    No.1, March

    pp. 15-30

    Stephanie Petrie, Lisa Fiorelli, Katie O Donnell

    If We Help You What Will Change?- Participatory Research with Young People

    No.1, March

    pp. 31-45

    Anne-Marie Martindale

    Mainstreaming Learning from the Children's Fund: As Easy as A, B, C?

    No.1, March

    pp. 47-57

    Richard Kirkham

    Ombudsman Section- Finally, Reform is on its Way

    No.1, March

    pp. 81-86

    Joanne Hunt, Chloe J. Wallace

    Improving the Portability of Supplementary Pension Rights

    No.1, March

    pp. 95-104

    Clive Sellick

    Relational Contracting Between Local Authorities and Independent Fostering Providers: Lessons in Conducting Business for Child Welfare Managers

    No.2, June

    pp. 109-122

    Alisdair A. Gillespie

    Cyber bullying and Harassment of Teenagers: The Legal Response

    No.2, June

    pp. 123-136

    Anne Griffiths, Randy Frances Kandel

    Children's Confidentiality at the Crossroad: Challenges for the Scottish Children's Hearing System

    No.2, June

    pp. 137-152

    Judith E. Timms, June Thoburn

    Your Shout! Looked After Children's Perspectives on the Children Act 1989

    No.2, June

    pp. 153-170

    McDonald, Iain

    The Respect Action Plan : Something New or More of the Same?

    No.2, June

    pp. 191-200

    Richard Kirkham

    Housing Allocation, Homelessness, Special Reports and the Ombudsmen

    No.2, June

    pp. 201-210

    Joanne Hunt, Chloe J. Wallace

    Citizens' Rights to Receive Medical Treatment in Another EU Member State

    No.2, June

    pp. 217-228

    Jane Boylan, Suzy Braye

    Paid, Professionalised and Proceduralised: Can Legal and Policy Frameworks for Child Advocacy Give Voice to Children and Young People?

    No. 3-4, September- December

    pp. 233-249

    Dale Clarkson, Hugh Clarkson

    The Unbreakable Chain under Pressure: The Management of Post separation Parental Rejection

    No. 3-4, September-December

    pp. 251-266

    Ian Cummins

    A Path Not Taken? Mentally Disordered Offenders and the Criminal Justice System

    No. 3-4, September- December

    pp. 267-281

    Jonathan Dickens

    Social Work, Law, Money and Trust: Paying for Lawyers in Child Protection Work

    No. 3-4, September- December

    pp. 283-295

    Roy Light, Bryony Campbell

    Prisoners' Families: Still Forgotten Victims?

    No. 3-4, September- December

    pp. 297-308

    Carolus van Nijnatten, Ed Elbers, Michel van den Bogaard

    Complaining or Not Complaining? Reasoning about Conflicts in Juvenile Inhabitants of Residential Care

    No. 3-4, September- December

    pp. 309-322

    Iain McDonald

    The Criminal Records Bureau and its Registered Bodies: New Regulations for a Disparate and Unwieldy Customer Network

    No. 3-4, September- December

    pp. 359-366

    Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 2007, Vol.29

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    Yuk-Chung Chan, Roxco P. K. Chun, Gladys L. T. Lam, Syrine K. S. Lam

    The Development of Family Mediation Services in Hong Kong: Review of an Evaluation Study

    No.1, March

    pp. 3-16

    Diane L. Scott

    Social Justice Implications of Domestic Violence Court Processes

    No.1, March

    pp. 17-31

    Orna Cohen, Rivka Savaya, Saed Tali

    Predictors of Adjustment to Divorce of Palestinian Israelis: Shari'a Court Procedure and Outcomes

    No.1, March

    pp. 33-48

    Iain McDonald

    The Treatment of Asylum Seekers in the UK

    No.1, March

    pp. 49-65

     

    The Right to Reside and Social Security Entitlements

    No.1, March

    pp. 67-75

    Jerry White

    Social Welfare and Family Law Issues and the Local Government Ombudsmen for England

    No.1, March

    pp. 77-86

    Christina M. Lyon

    Children's Participation and the Promotion of their Rights

    No.2, June

    pp. 99-115

    Michael C. Dunn, Isabel C. H. Clare, Anthony J. Holland, Michael J. Gunn

    Constructing and Reconstructing Best Interests : An Interpretative Examination of Substitute Decision making under the Mental Capacity Act 2005

    No.2, June

    pp. 117-133

    Gary A. Jones

    Assessing the Success of the Sale of Social Housing in the UK

    No.2, June

    pp. 135-150

    Iain McDonald

    Consultation Document: Bearing Good Witness- Proposals for Reforming the Delivery of Medical Expert Evidence in Family Law Cases

    No.2, June

    pp. 151-161

     

    Protecting the rights of children leaving custody: R (on the application of K) v Parole Board and R (on the application of K) v Manchester City Council

    No.2, June

    pp. 163-175

     

    Secretary of State for Work and Pensions v Roach [2006] EWCA Civ 1746

    No.2, June

    pp. 177-188

    Tracey Sagar, Emma Hitchings

    More Adoptions, More Quickly : A Study of Social Workers' Responses to the Adoption and Children Act 2002

    No. 3-4, September- December

    pp. 199-215

    Nicola Glover-Thomas

    Joint Working: Reality or Rhetoric in Housing the Mentally Vulnerable?

    No. 3-4, September- December

    pp. 217-231

    Amy Musgrove, Nicola Groves

    The Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Act 2004: Relevant or Removed Legislation?

    No. 3-4, September- December

    pp. 233-244

    Carol Brennan

    Facing What Cannot be Changed: The Irish Experience of Confronting Institutional Child Abuse

    No. 3-4, September- December

    pp. 245-263

    Hugh Clarkson, Dale Clarkson

    Confusion and Controversy in Parental Alienation

    No. 3-4, September- December

    pp. 265-275

    Judith Harwin, Mary Ryan

    The Role of the Court in Cases Concerning Parental Substance Misuse and Children at Risk of Harm

    No. 3-4, September- December

    pp. 277-292

    Iain McDonald

    Treatment Provisions: Proposals for Reform of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 1990

    No. 3-4, September- December

    pp. 293-305

    Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 2008, Vol.30

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    Israel Dorona, Yitzchak Rosnera, Mirit Karpela

    Law, social work and professionalism: Israeli social workers' attitudes towards the 1996 Social Workers Act

    No.1, March

    pp. 3-16

    Malcolm Voyce

    Marriage like relationships and social security in Australia

    No.1, March

    pp. 17-30

    Jim Goddarda, Sam Barrett

    Guidance, policy and practice and the health needs of young people leaving care

    No.1, March

    pp. 31-47

    Robert H. George

    Stack v Dowden- Do as we say, not as we do?

    No.1, March

    pp. 49-61

    Richard Kirkham

    Human rights and the ombudsmen

    No.1, March

    pp. 75-83

    Sarah Beresford

    Get Over Your (Legal) Self : A Brief History of Lesbians, Motherhood and the Law

    No.2, June

    pp. 95-106

    Rachel Thomasa, Rachel Cryera, Nerys Reed

    Straight from the Horse's Mouth : An Empirical Exploration of Success in the Irish Credit Union Movement

    No.2, June

    pp. 107-116

    Aniekwu Nkolika Ijeomaa, Uzodike Eunice Nkiru U

    Legislating Gender, (Re) producing Rights: An Analysis of African Case Law

    No.2, June

    pp. 117-126

    Susan Easton

    Constructing Citizenship: Making Room for Prisoners' Rights

    No.2, June

    pp. 127-146

    Mel Cousins

    The right to reside and access to social security in the Courts of Appeal

    No.2, June

    pp. 147-153

    Richard Kirkham

    The right to reside and access to social security in the Courts of Appeal

    No.2, June

    pp. 163-174

    Sundari Anitha

    Neither safety nor justice: the UK government response to domestic violence against immigrant women

    No.3, September

    pp. 189-202

    Peter Dwyer, David Brown

    Accommodating others ?: housing dispersed, forced migrants in the UK

    No.3, September

    pp. 203-218

    James Campbell

    Stakeholders' views of legal and advice services for people admitted to psychiatric hospital

    No.3, September

    pp. 219-232

    Juliet Chapman, Hare Court

    The magnetic importance of a prenup in the paradigm case Crossley v Crossley [2008] 1 FCR 323

    No.3, September

    pp. 233-241

    Clare Chambers, Nicholas Ryder

    The funding of credit unions- where has all the money gone?

    No.3, September

    pp. 243-252

    Richard Kirkham

    Explaining the lack of enforcement power possessed by the ombudsman

    No.3, September

    pp. 253-263

    Sally Wheeler

    Martin Partington: invigorating justice

    No.4, December

    pp. 275-278

     

    Professor Martin Partington

    No.4, December

    pp. 279-281

    Lord Justice Carnwath

    Administrative justice- a quiet revolution

    No.4, December

    pp. 283-286

    Andrew Arden, Arden Chambers

    Origins of Housing Law

    No.4, December

    pp. 287-292

    Helen Carra, Caroline Hunter

    Managing vulnerability: homelessness law and the interplay of the social, the political and the technical

    No.4, December

    pp. 293-307

    Michael Adler

    The idea of proportionality in dispute resolution

    No.4, December

    pp. 309-321

    Roy Sainsbury

    Administrative justice, discretion and the welfare to work project

    No.4, December

    pp. 323-338

    Nick Wikeley

    The strange death of the liable relative rule

    No.4, December

    pp. 339-351

    Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 2009, Vol.31

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    Anne Morris, Sue Nott

    Rights and responsibilities: contested parenthood

    No.1, March

    pp. 3-16

    Shereen Hussein, Stephen Martineau, Martin Stevens, Jill Manthorpe, Joan Rapaport, Jess Harris

    Accusations of misconduct among staff working with vulnerable adults in England and Wales: their claims of mitigation to the barring authority

    No.1, March

    pp. 17-32

    Philip Larkin

    A policy of inconsistency and hypocrisy: United Kingdom social security policy and European citizenship

    No.2, March

    pp. 33-45

    Samantha Currie

    Challenging the UK rules on the rights of EU8 workers

    No.1, March

    pp. 47-58

    Jackie Gulland

    Independence in complaints procedures: lessons from community care

    No.1, March

    pp. 59-72

    Ruth Lamont

    Re M and beyond: managing return when a child has settled following abduction

    No.1, March

    pp. 73-81

    Vanessa Bettinson, Alwyn Jones

    The integration or exclusion of welfare rights in the European Convention on Human Rights: The removal of foreign nationals with HIV after N v UK (Application No. 26565/ 05; decision of the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights, 27 May 2008)

    No.1, March

    pp. 83-94

    Brenda Hale

    Dignity

    No.2, June

    pp. 101-108

    Mandy Burton

    Civil law remedies for domestic violence: why are applications for non- molestation orders declining?

    No.2, June

    pp. 109-120

    Laura Walker Hudson

    Hearing the human rights voices of Gypsy and traveller mothers in the UK

    No.2, June

    pp. 121-132

    Tamara Walsh, Heather Douglas

    Legal responses to child protection, poverty and homelessness

    No.2, June

    pp. 133-146

    Lucy Daniel

    Australia's Family Law Amendment (Shared Responsibility) Act 2006: A policy critique

    No.2, June

    pp. 147-158

    Fran Wasoff

    Public attitudes and law reform: extending the legal framework for child contact to unmarried fathers, grandparents and step- parents?

    No.2, June

    pp. 159-172

    Elizabeth Oliver

    From portability to acquisition and preservation: the challenge of legislating in the area of supplementary pensions

    No.2, June

    pp. 173-183

    Charlotte Bendall

    The demise of the enhanced standard of proof in child protection cases: re B [2008] ukhl 35

    No.2, June

    pp. 185-191

    Dawn E. Stephen

    Time to stop twisting the knife: a critical commentary on the rights and wrongs of criminal justice responses to problem youth in the UK

    No.2, June

    pp. 193-206

    Virginia Morrow, Berry Mayall

    What is wrong with children's well- being in the UK? Questions of meaning and measurement

    No.3, September

    pp. 217-229

    Julie Doughty

    Identity crisis in the family courts? Different approaches in England and Wales and Australia

    No.3, September

    pp. 231-243

    Ruth Gaffney-Rhys

    The implementation of the Forced Marriage (Civil Protection) Act 2007

    No.3, September

    pp. 245-256

    Aisha Gill, Sundari Anitha

    The illusion of protection? An analysis of forced marriage legislation and policy in the UK

    No.3, September

    pp. 257-269

    Grace James

    Mothers and fathers as parents and workers: family- friendly employment policies in an era of shifting identities

    No.3, September

    pp. 271-283

    Anja Lansbergen

    Metock, implementation of the Citizens' Rights Directive and lessons for EU citizenship

    No.3, September

    pp. 285-297

    Richard Kirkham

    Scottish thinking on Administrative Justice

    No.3, September

    pp. 299-308

    Nicola Barker, Sarah Lamble

    From social security to individual responsibility: sanctions, conditionality and Punitiveness in the Welfare Reform Bill 2009 (Part One)

    No.3, September

    pp. 321-332

    Jackie Jones, Claire L. Perrin

    Third time lucky? The third child support reforms replace the Child Support Agency with the new C- MEC

    No.3, September

    pp. 333-342

    Richard Collier

    Third time lucky? The third child support reforms replace

    No.4, December

    pp. 357-371

    Sally Sheldon

    From absent objects of blame to fathers who want to take responsibility: reforming birth registration law

    No.4, December

    pp. 373-389

    Craig Lind, Tom Hewitt

    Law and the complexities of parenting: parental status and parental function

    No.4, December

    pp. 391-406

    Heather Draper, Jonathan Ives

    Paternity testing: a poor test of fatherhood

    No.4, December

    pp. 407-418

    Ana Jordan

    Dads aren't Demons. Mums aren't Madonnas. Constructions of fatherhood and masculinities in the (real) Fathers 4 Justice campaign

    No.4, December

    pp. 419-433

    Helen Baker

    Potentially violent men? : teenage boys, access to refuges and constructions of men, masculinity and violence

    No.4, December

    pp. 435-450

    Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 2010, Vol.32

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    Dallal Stevens

    Asylum- seeking families in current legal discourse: a UK perspective

    No.1, March

    pp. 5-22

    Eilionoir Flynn

    A socio- legal analysis of advocacy for people with disabilities- competing concepts of best interests and empowerment in legislation and policy on statutory advocacy services

    No.1, March

    pp. 23-36

    Jill Morgan

    Family intervention tenancies: the de (marginalisation) of social tenants?

    No.1, March

    pp. 37-46

    J.L. Atkinson

    Does the Sex Discrimination Act provide a right to work part- time for mothers?

    No.1, March

    pp. 47-57

    Tim Connor

    Discrimination by association: a step in the right direction

    No.1, March

    pp. 59-69

    Emily Grabham, Jenny Smith

    From social security to individual responsibility (Part Two): Writing off poor women's work in the Welfare Reform Act 2009

    No.1, March

    pp. 81-93

    Robert Dingwall

    Divorce mediation: should we change our mind?

    No.2, June

    pp. 107-117

    Lisa Webley

    Gate- keeper, supervisor or mentor? The role of professional bodies in the regulation and professional development of solicitors and family mediators undertaking divorce matters in England and Wales

    No.2, June

    pp. 119-133

    Benoit Bastard

    Family mediation in France: a new profession has been established, but where are the clients?

    No.2, June

    pp. 135-142

    Masayuki Murayama

    The origins and development of family conciliation in Japan: a political aspect

    No.2, June

    pp. 143-153

    Helen Stalford

    Crossing boundaries: reconciling law, culture and values in international family mediation

    No.2, June

    pp. 155-168

    Grainne Dennison

    Is mediation compatible with children's rights?

    No.2, June

    pp. 169-182

    Helen Rhoades

    Mandatory mediation of family disputes: reflections from Australia

    No.2, June

    pp. 183-194

    Hazel Genn

    Civil mediation: a measured approach?

    No.2, June

    pp. 195-205

    Jeff Shantz

    The foundation of our community : cultural restoration, reclaiming children and youth in an indigenous community

    No.3, September

    pp. 229-236

    Brigitte Clark

    Prenuptial contracts in English law: capricious outcomes or legislative clarification?

    No.3, September

    pp. 237-245

    Diane Galpin

    Policy and the protection of older people from abuse

    No.3, September

    pp. 247-255

    Sonia Harris-Short

    Resisting the march towards 50/ 50 shared residence: rights, welfare and equality in post-separation families

    No.3, September

    pp. 257-274

    Rachel Fenton, Susan Heenan, Jane Rees

    Finally fit for purpose? The Human Fertilization and Embryology Act 2008

    No.3, September

    pp. 275-286

    Nigel Stone

    Old heads upon young shoulders: compassion to human infirmity following R v. JTB

    No.3, September

    pp. 287-297

    Charlotte Bendall

    Myerson: the impact of the credit crunch on preexisting divorce settlements

    No.3, September

    pp. 299-307

    Eleanor Drywood

    Challenging concepts of the child in asylum and immigration law: the example of the EU

    No.3, September

    pp. 309-323

    Eric Blyth

    Parental Orders and identity registration: one country three systems

    No.4, December

    pp. 345-352

    Julie Wallbank

    Channelling the messiness of diverse family lives: resisting the calls to order and de-centring the hetero-normative family

    No.4, December

    pp. 353-368

    William Budiselika, Frances Crawforda, Joan Squelch

    Acting in the best interests of the child: a case study on the consequences of competing child protection legislation in Western Australia

    No.4, December

    pp. 369-379

    Robert Leckey

    But what is judicial guidance? Debating Canadian judgments on children

    No.4, December

    pp. 381-390

    Mel Cousins

    Human rights, anti- discrimination and social security benefits: recent UK case law

    No.4, December

    pp. 391-400

    Pamela Fisher

    Women and employment in East Germany: the legacy of GDR equality

    No.4, December

    pp. 401-409

    Richard Kirkham

    Quangos, coalition government and the ombudsmen

    No.4, December

    pp. 411-421

    Karen Harrison

    Dangerous offenders, indeterminate sentencing, and the rehabilitation revolution

    No.4, December

    pp. 423-433

    Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 2011, Vol.33

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    Brenda Hale

    Equality and autonomy in family law

    No.1, March

    pp. 3-14

    Brigitte Clark

    Ante- nuptial contracts after Radmacher: an impermissible gloss?

    No.1, March

    pp. 15-24

    Dr Michelle Weldon-Johns

    The Additional Paternity Leave Regulations 2010: a new dawn or more sound-bite legislation?

    No.1, March

    pp. 25-38

    Ifemeje Sylvia Chika

    Legalization of marital rape in Nigeria: a gross violation of women's health and reproductive rights

    No.1, March

    pp. 39-46

    Sayed Sikandar Shah Haneef

    Women and Malaysian Islamic family law: towards a women- affirming jurisprudential reform

    No.1, March

    pp. 47-60

    Richard Kirkham

    Implementing the recommendations of an ombudsman again

    No.1, March

    pp. 71-83

    Nicholas Ryder, Rachel Thomas

    Convenient credit and consumer protection- a critical review of the responses of Labour and Coalition governments

    No.1, March

    pp. 85-95

    Jane Lewis

    Parenting programmes in England: policy development and implementation issues, 2005- 2010

    No.2, June

    pp. 107-121

    Sue Baileya, June Thoburna, Judith Timms

    Your shout too! Children's views of the arrangements made and services provided when courts adjudicate in private law disputes

    No.2, June

    pp. 123-138

    Harriet Pierpoint

    Extending and professionalising the role of the appropriate adult

    No.2, June

    pp. 139-155

    Victoria Chico, Lynn Hagger

    The Mental Capacity Act 2005 and mature minors: a missed opportunity?

    No.2, June

    pp. 157-168

    Chris Gill

    Right first time: the role of ombudsmen in influencing administrative decision- making

    No.2, June

    pp. 181-192

    Jessica Guth

    When is a Partner not a Partner? Conceptualisations of family in EU Free Movement Law

    No.2, June

    pp. 193-204

    Debra Morris

    Building a big society: will charity's creeping reach generate a new paradigm for state schools?

    No.3, September

    pp. 209- 226

    Louise Crowley

    Irish divorce law in a social policy vacuum- from the unspoken to the unknown

    No.3, September

    pp. 227-242

    Jamie Atkinson

    Gendered organizations and women's career progression in the UK financial services sector

    No.3, September

    pp. 243-254

    Janice McGhee, Susan Hunter

    The Scottish children's hearings tribunals system: a better forum for parents with learning disabilities?

    No.3, September

    pp. 255-266

    Anita Gibbs

    Having to adopt children twice is not in the children's best interests : a reflective case study analysis of intercountry adoption policy in the UK

    No.3, September

    pp. 267-277

    Nigel Thomas

    The role and impact of independent children's rights institutions in the UK and Europe

    No.3, September

    pp. 279-288

    Bleddyn Davies

    Giving EU Citizens a voice: Regulation 211/ 2011 on the EU Citizen's Initiative

    No.3, September

    pp. 289-295

    Jonathan Herring

    The Meaning of Domestic Violence: Yemshaw v London Borough of Hounslow [2011] UKSC 3

    No.3, September

    pp. 297-304

    John Eekelaar

    Not of the Highest Importance : Family justice under threat

    No.4, December

    pp. 311-317

    Mavis Maclean, Rosemary Hunter, Fran Wasoff, Lucinda Ferguson, Benoit Bastard, Eva Ryrstedt

    Family justice in hard times: can we learn from other jurisdictions?

    No.4, December

    pp. 319-341

    Rosemary Hunter

    Doing violence to family law

    No.4, December

    pp. 343-359

    Judith Masson

    Public child law- a service priority?

    No.4, December

    pp. 361-377

    Joan Hunt

    Through a glass darkly: the uncertain future of private law child contact litigation

    No.4, December

    pp. 379-396

    Rae Kaspiewa, Matthew Grayb, Lixia Qua, Ruth Weston

    Legislative aspirations and social realities: empirical reflections on Australia's 2006 family law reforms

    No.4, December

    pp. 397-418

    Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 2012, Vol.34

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    Charlotte O'Brien

    Confronting the care penalty: the case for extending reasonable adjustment rights along the disability/ care continuum

    No.1, March

    pp. 5-30

    Joe Duffy, Subhajit Basub, Katherine C. Pearsonc

    Older people and legal advice- the need for joined up and creative approaches

    No.1, March

    pp. 31-47

    Ruth Gaffney-Rhys

    A comparison of child marriage and polygamy from a human rights perspective: are the arguments equally cogent?

    No.1, March

    pp. 49-61

    Nigel J. Balmer, Marisol Smith, Catrina Denvir

    Just a phone call away: is telephone advice enough?

    No.1, March

    pp. 63-85

    Richard Kirkham

    Ombudsmen, Tribunals and Administrative Justice Section

    No.1, March

    pp. 87-89

    Ann Abraham

    Making sense of the muddle: the ombudsman and administrative justice, 2002- 2011

    No.1, March

    pp. 91-103

    Tamara Herveya, Abigail Starka, Alison Dawsonb, Jose-Luis Fernandezc, Tihana Matosevicc, David McDaid

    Long- term care for older people and EU Law: the position in England and Scotland

    No.1, March

    pp. 105-124

    Victoria Stephens, Professor Nigel Lowe

    Children's welfare and human rights under the 1980 Hague Abduction Convention- the ruling in Re E

    No.1, March

    pp. 125-135

    Kim Holt, Nancy Kelly

    Rhetoric and reality surrounding care proceedings: family justice under strain

    No.2, June

    pp. 155-166

    Jo Milesa, Fran Wasoff, Enid Mordaunt

    Reforming family law- the case of cohabitation: things may not work out as you expect

    No.2, June

    pp. 167-177

    Ann Stewart

    From family to personal responsibility: the challenges for care of the elderly in England

    No.2, June

    pp. 179-196

    Chris Gill

    The impact of the Scottish Public Services Ombudsman on administrative decision-making in local authority housing departments

    No.2, June

    pp. 197-217

    Helen Carr

    Rational men and difficult women- R (on the application of McDonald) v. Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea [2011] UKSC 33

    No.2, June

    pp. 219-230

    Ruth Lamont

    Free movement of persons, child abduction and relocation within the European Union

    No.2, June

    pp. 231-244

    Kathryn Hollingsworth

    Youth justice reform in the big society

    No.2, June

    pp. 245-259

    Marilyn Crawshawa, Eric Blythb, Olga van den Akker

    The changing profile of surrogacy in the UK- Implications for national and international policy and practice

    No.3, September

    pp. 267-277

    Ezra Hasson

    Navigating family and personal relationships: the appointment of testamentary guardians

    No.3, September

    pp. 279-294

    Monica Campo, Belinda Fehlberg, Christine Millward, Rachel Carson

    Shared parenting time in Australia: exploring children's views

    No.3, September

    pp. 295-313

    Somaya Abdullah

    Social work, family welfare, and Muslim personal law in South Africa

    No.3, September

    pp. 315-323

    Ian Cummins

    Using Simon's Governing through crime to explore the development of mental health policy in England and Wales since 1983

    No.3, September

    pp. 325-337

    Mary Seneviratne

    Ombudsmen and prisoner complaints in the UK

    No.3, September

    pp. 339-356

    Grace James

    Forgotten children: work- family reconciliation in the EU

    No.3, September

    pp. 363-379

    Anna Heenana, Susan Heenan

    Norgrove and after: An overview of the Family Justice Review and the government's response

    No.3, September

    pp. 381-394

    David Carson

    Reviewing reviews of professionals risk- taking decisions

    No.4, December

    pp. 395-409

    Eleanor Peters

    The weight of my words: the role of confession and surveillance in parenting programmes

    No.4, December

    pp. 411-424

    Rosie Harding

    Legal constructions of dementia: discourses of autonomy at the margins of capacity

    No.1, December

    pp. 425-442

    Simon Duncana, Julia Carterb, Miranda Phillipsc, Sasha Roseneild, Mariya Stoilova

    Legal rights for people who Live Apart Together ?

    No.4, December

    pp. 443-458

    Nick O Brien

    Social rights and civil society: Giving Force without Enforcement

    No.4, December

    pp. 459-470

    Jonathan Herring

    Mental disability and capacity to consent to sex: A Local Authority v H [2012] EWHC 49 (COP)

    No.4, December

    pp. 471-478

    Jennifer Sigafoos

    What is driving rates of social policy preliminary references to the CJEU? Evidence from the United Kingdom and France

    No.4, December

    pp. 489-508

    Elizabeth Cooke

    Matrimonial property, needs and agreements: the Law Commission's extended project

    No.4, December

    pp. 509-513

    Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 2013, Vol.35

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    Stephen Cobb

    Legal aid reform: its impact on family law

    No.1

    pp. 3- 19

    Graham Cookson

    Analysing the economic justification for the reforms to social welfare and family law legal aid

    No.1

    pp. 21- 41

    Chris Bevan

    Self-represented litigants: the overlooked and unintended consequence of legal aid reform

    No.1

    pp. 43- 54

    F. Meyler, S. Woodhouse

    Changing the immigration rules and withdrawing the currency of legal aid: the impact of LASPO 2012 on migrants and their families

    No.1

    pp. 55- 78

    Debra Morris, Warren Barr

    The impact of cuts in legal aid funding on charities

    No.1

    pp. 79- 94

    Alexy Buck, Marisol Smith

    Back for the future: a client centred analysis of social welfare and family law provision

    No.1

    pp. 95- 113

    Lucinda Ferguson

    Arbitration in financial dispute resolution: the final step to reconstructing the default(s) and exception(s)?

    No.1

    pp. 115- 138

    Catrina Denvir, Nigel J. Balmer, Pascoe Pleasence

    When legal rights are not a reality: do individuals know their rights and how can we tell?

    No.1

    pp. 139- 160

     

    Access to Justice for families? Legal advocacy for parents where children are on the edge of care : an English case study

    No.2

    pp. 163- 177

    Robert Leckey

    Marriage and the data on same-sex couples

    No.2

    pp. 179- 191

    P. Camilleri, L. Thomson, M. McArthur

    Needs or deeds? Child protection and youth justice in the Australian Capital Territory

    No.2

    pp. 193- 206

    Lucy Series, Luke Clements

    Putting the cart before the horse: resource allocation systems and community care

    No.2

    pp. 207- 226

    Geraldine Boyle

    Facilitating decision-making by people with dementia: is spousal support gendered?

    No.2

    pp. 227-243

    Marc Hertogh

    Why the ombudsman does not promote public trust in government: lessons from the Low Countries

    No.2

    pp. 245- 258

    Nasreen Pearce