Child and Family Law Quarterly: Brexit Special Issue
This special issue of the Child and Family Law Quarterly contains several of the papers delivered at a joint seminar held by the editors with Cambridge Family Law.
Why should you buy the Brexit Special Issue
This special issue of the Child and Family Law Quarterly contains several of the papers delivered at a joint seminar held by the editors with Cambridge Family Law at Trinity College in March 2017 (see www.fambrexit.law.cam.ac.uk) exploring various ramifications of Brexit across the full range of family law issues.
Professor Nigel Lowe examines its implications for the law on international child abduction, while Professor Paul Beaumont looks at private international law and the differences between EU Regulations and Hague Treaty law. Professors Janeen Carruthers and Elizabeth Crawford reflect on the implications of Brexit for cross-border divorce cases from a Scottish perspective and Dr Ruth Lamont considers the implications for cross-national family life. A continental perspective on the private international law questions, in particular, is provided by Professor Anatol Dutta.
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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