Family Law Quarterly Vol. 42, No. 3: Fall 2008

    Family Law Quarterly Vol. 42, No. 3: Fall 2008

    Family Law Quarterly Vol. 42, No. 3: Fall 2008

    This special issue of Family Law Quarterly takes a look at the changes in family law over the past fifty years. Article titles include: Five Decades of Family Law Nonmarital Cohabitation: Social Revolution and Legal Regulation Golden Anniversary Reflections: Changes in Marriage After Fifty Years Domestic Violence Law Reform ...
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    This special issue of Family Law Quarterly takes a look at the changes in family law over the past fifty years.

    Article titles include:

    • Five Decades of Family Law

    • Nonmarital Cohabitation: Social Revolution and Legal Regulation

    • Golden Anniversary Reflections: Changes in Marriage After Fifty Years

    • Domestic Violence Law Reform in the Twenty-First Century: Looking Back and Looking Forward

    • Child Support Fifty Years Later

    • Paradigm Shifts and Pendulum Swings in Child Custody: The Interests of Children in the Balance

    • Changes in the Economic Consequences of Divorces, 1958-2008

    • A Short History of Child Protection in America

    • Race Matters in Adoption

    • Federal Law and State Intervention When Parents Fail: Has National Guidance of Our Child Welfare System Been Successful?

    • The Changing Face of Family Law: Global Consequences of Embedding Physicians and Biotechnology in the Parent-Child Relationship

    • The Constitutionalization of Family Law

    • American Law Institute's Principles of the Law of Family Dissolution, Eight Years After Adoption: Guiding Principles or Obligatory Footnote?

    • Codification, Cooperation, and Concern for Children: The Internationalization of Family Law in the United States Over the Last Fifty Years

    • Family Court Reform and ADR: Shifting Values and Expectations Transform the Divorce Process

    • Uniform Family Laws and Model Acts

    • Two Generations of Practitioners Assess the Evolution of Family Law

    Product Details

    ISBN

    0014-729X

    Product Code

    51301004203PDF

    Publication Date

    1/1/2009 12:00:00 AM

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