The International Family Law Journal is the only English language practitioner journal dealing with the rationale and jurisprudence of family law as it affects families and individuals across Europe and the rest of the world. In the journal practitioners and academics share their skills with subscribers in what is a rapidly growing – but possibly daunting – area of family law.
International Family Law Journal is available as either a print or online (as part of LexisLibrary) subscription.
The journal features the latest official guidances, in-depth practical pieces and topical articles. Contents also include regular columns from the International Resolution Committee and the Permanent Hague Bureau, as well as news from our expert panel of international correspondents, case reports and book reviews.
International Family Law deals with the complexities affecting international family lawyers including maintenance regulation, marital property, financial matters, separation and divorce, and all aspects of child law. It includes:
- Latest international news and developments affecting family practice
- Topical articles and expert commentary from leading practitioners across the globe
- Detailed Case reports providing analysis of latest European case-law
- Jurisdictional briefings providing expert summaries of the most important developments
- Regular updates from Resolution and Resolution's International Committee
- Four issues a year ensuring you are kept reliably informed
Table of contents
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Note from the editor Edward Bennett
Applicable law: how to do it; and its future post-Brexit - Tim Amos QC and RA Werner Martens
Choice of law aspects of non-consensual adoption of Eastern European children in England and Wales - Dr Burcu Yüksel and Dr
Child’s hearing in international family-proceedings – requirements and consequences: a review from a practical point of view -
Claudia Wünschenmeyer and Volker Bißmaie
Re Z (A Child) (No 2) and surrogacy law reform Adem Muzaffer and Natalie Gamble
Unprecedented review of ‘triple talaqs’ by the Indian Supreme Court Fatimah Farag
Closed material procedures in English family law: development in the shadow of national security and some comparisons with other EU Member States William Tyzack
Will gender cease to be a relevant legal concept? – AP, Garçon and Nicot v France (Nos 79885/12, 52471/13 and 52596/13)* - Mary Welstead
Case Update - Emily Rayner