Why should you buy The Continuing Evolution of Family Law
The Continuing Evolution of Family Law brings together the papers from two one-day conferences held at Cardiff Law School during the academic year 2007/08 to mark the 150th anniversary of the Matrimonial Causes Act 1857 and the 50th anniversary of Graveson and Crane's edited book, A Century of Family Law. The papers, delivered by leading scholars and practitioners, both reflect upon past developments in family law and look forward to the future, thereby providing an informed basis for understanding the continuing evolution of the law and policy in this area.
"entertaining and well-written ... Why is this book good for the practitioner? You have an overview in each chapter of the development and issues of the sub-topic and the book in its entirety provides a 'meaty' perspective on family law right now ... you need to get into this book" Family Law
Table of contents
The Continuing Evolution of Family Law
The Troublemakers: Cranks, Psychiatrists and other Mischievous Nuisances - their Role in Reform of English Family Law in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
Looking Back on the Overlooked: Cohabitants and the Law 1857-2007
Removing Children from their Families - Law and Policy before the Children Act 1989
Cultural Change and the Family Justice System
Fifty Years of Family Law: an Opinionated Review
Law, Family and Community
The Future of Marriage
The Future for Ancillary Relief
Caring for our Future Generations
The Future of Welfare Law for Children
Where in the World is International Family Law Going Next?