Family
Programme and Papers

Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:

Programme

Session 1: September 11th 13.45 - 15.15 Room 3.30

1A   Annika Newnham (Portsmouth)       
       ‘ The Common Intention Constructive Trust, ‘hard-nosed property rights', and Baroness Hales Balancing Act in Jones v Kernott'
1B   Kathryn O' Sullivan (Limerick),
       ‘Deferred Community of Property: Why the reluctance for reform?'
1C   Elena Urso (Florence),
        ‘Family Mediation in Law Schools: A Comparative Vision of Conflict Resolution'

Session 2: September 11th 15.45 - 17.15 Room 3.30

2A    Aisling Parkes (Cork), 
       ‘Some Reflections on the Irish Adoption Act 2010:Admirable Aims but Lost Opportunities...'
2B    Fiona Donson (Cork),
        ‘Sentencing of mothers and the rights of the child'
2C    Dita Gill (London Metropoliton)
         ‘Loitering with intent: The Role of English Courts in Promoting Children's Socio-Economic Rights'               

Session 3 September 12th 09.00 - 10.30 Room 3.30

3A    Catrina Denvir(UCL), Jo Miles (Cambridge), Nigel Balmer (UCL), Marisol Smith and Ash Patel (Legal Services Research Centre)
         In scope but out of reach? Examining differences between publically funded telephone and face-to-face family law advice in terms of stage reached and outcome achieved'
3B   Claire Bessant (Northumbria),
       ‘Protecting victims of domestic violence - are we getting the balance right?'
3C   Ruth Lamont (Liverpool),
        ‘Domestic Violence Crossing Borders: Developing Policy within the EU'

Session 4 September 12th 13.30 - 15.00 Room 3.30

4A   Shazia Choudhry (Queen Mary),
        ‘Forced marriages and human rights'
4B    Maehb Harding (Portsmouth),
        ‘The existentialist crisis of Civil Partnership:when non-existence does not exist'
4C    Rebecca Probert (Warwick),
         ‘The evolving concept of non-marriage'

Abstracts

‘Loitering with intent: The Role of English Courts in Promoting Children’s Socio- Economic Rights by Dita Gill.
‘In scope but out of reach? Examining differences between publically funded telephone and face-to-face family law advice in terms of stage reached and outcome achieved’ by Jo Miles and Nigel Balmer.
‘The evolving concept of non-marriage’ by Rebecca Probert.
‘Forced marriages and human rights’ by Shazia Choudhry.
‘Sentencing of mothers and the rights of the child’ by Fiona Donson.
‘The Common Intention Constructive Trust, ‘hard-nosed property rights’1, and Baroness Hale’s Balancing Act in Jones v Kernott’ by Annika Newnham.
Some Reflections on the Irish Adoption Act 2010: Admirable Aims but Lost Opportunities...’ by Aisling Parkes.
‘The existentialist crisis of Civil Partnership: when non-existence does not exist’ by Maehb Harding.
‘Deferred Community of Property: Why the reluctance for reform?’ by Kathryn O'Sullivan .
‘Protecting victims of domestic violence – are we getting the balance right?’ by Claire Bessant.
‘Domestic Violence Crossing Borders: Developing Policy within the EU’ by Ruth Lamont .
‘Family Mediation in Law Schools: A Comparative Vision of Conflict Resolution’ by Elena Urso.

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