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Table of contents
CFLQ 3  September
Brexit and international family law from a continental perspective - Anatol Dutta
Private international law concerning children in the UK after Brexit: comparing Hague Treaty law with EU Regulations - Paul Beaumont
Divorcing Europe: reflections from a Scottish perspective on the implications of Brexit for cross-border divorce proceedings -
Janeen M Carruthers and Elizabeth B Crawford
What are the implications of the Brexit vote for the law on international child abduction? - Nigel Lowe
Not a European family: implications of ‘Brexit’ for international family law - Ruth Lamont
Choosing Sharia? Multiculturalism, Islamic Fundamentalism and Sharia Councils - Machteld Zee Dr Rajnaara Akhtar
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