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Family Law Reports

Family Law Reports contains verbatim reports of every important Family Division, Court of Appeal, Supreme Court and European courts case, and also includes practice directions, covering the whole range of family law, public and private child law.
Publisher: Family Law
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£509.99
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ISBN/ISSN: 02614375
Publisher: Family Law

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Why should you subscribe to Family Law Reports

 

The leading specialist family court reporting service. 

Family Law Reports contains verbatim reports of every important Family Division, Court of Appeal, Supreme Court and European courts case, and also includes practice directions, covering the whole range of family law, public and private child law. Family Law Reports are available as both a print and online subscription.

Family Law Reports provides the following key features:

  • Unequalled coverage of all important cases, issued 24 times a year
  • Every case judicially approved making them totally authoritative and reliable
  • Headnotes prepared by family law experts providing insightful summaries of the main issues and points of law raised
  • Comprehensively indexed and tabled by subject matter, cases reported and referred to, statutes, statutory instruments, international conventions and European and non-UK legislation
  • Fortnightly email alerts informing you of what is coming up in the next issue

 

"the unrivalled and authoritative source of judicially approved case reports, covering all areas of family law" Frank Feehan QC, Head of Chambers, 42 Bedford Row

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Table of contents

[2018] 2 FLR - Issue 2

Re AB (Medical Treatment: Care Proceedings)
[2018] EWFC 3
[2018] 2 FLR 137, FC

AB v CD (Jurisdiction Global Maintenance Orders)
[2017] EWHC 3164 (Fam)
[2018] 2 FLR 150, FD

ARB v IVF Hammersmith and Others
[2017] EWHC 2438 (QB)
[2018] 2 FLR 173, QBD

Dunkley v Dunkley and Another
[2018] EWFC 5
[2018] 2 FLR 258, FC

Strand Lobben and Others v Norway (Application No 37283/13)
[2018] 2 FLR 269, ECHR



Editors:
Rebecca Bailey-Harris Barrister, 1 Hare Court; Professor Emeritus, University of Bristol
Caroline Bridge Barrister and Solicitor, High Court of New Zealand; Honorary Fellow, University of Manchester
Nigel Lowe Barrister; Professor of Law, Cardiff Law School, Cardiff University
Consultant Editor: The Honourable Mr Justice Cobb