22 Child & Fam. L. Q. [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/chilflq22 and id is 1 raw text is: CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Contents
Articles
Investing in a child's future: too risky? by Christine Piper  1
Hearing the voices of children in Canada's criminal justice
system: recognising capacity and facilitating testimony
by Nicholas Bala, Angela Evans and Emily Bala        21
Clashing symbols? Reconciling support for fathers and
fatherless families after the Human Fertilisation and
Embryology Act 2008 by Leanne Smith                  46
Research
Parental contact for children placed in kinship care through
care proceedings
by Joan Hunt, Suzette Waterhouse, and Eleanor Lutman  71
The impact of recent ancillary relief jurisprudence in the
'everyday' ancillary relief case by Emma Hitchings   93
Case Commentary
In Re P: adoption, discrimination and the best interests of the
child by Ursula Kilkelly                             115
The human rights of victims of domestic violence: Opuz v
Turkey by Mandy Burton                               131
Reviews
Older People in Law and Society, Jonathan Herring
by Ann Stewart                                       141
The Voice of a Child in Family Law Disputes, Patrick
Parkinson and Judy Cashmore by Fiona Raitt          144

Books Received

149

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