Family
Programme and Papers

Any available abstracts and papers are listed below the programme:


Session 1: Thursday 11 September 2014 11.00-12.30 Room

1A       Vanessa Richardson (Keele)    

            A case for a legal test of 'relational harm' in care proceedings

1B       Christine Piper (Brunel)                        

            Should emotional neglect of children be criminalised?

1C       Julie Doughty (Cardiff )           

            Decision making in adoption: what do judges want?


Session 2: Thursday 11 September 2014 14.00-15.30 Room

2A       Sharon Thompson (Keele)       

            Judging prenuptial agreements: rethinking autonomy and recognising power’

2B       Marie Parker (Bangor)

            Qualifying Nuptial Agreements, The Family and The Law: Status and Contract?

2C       Lucy Crompton (Manchester Metropolitan)

            Is there a future for compensation?

 2D      Laure Sauvé (Essex)

             Marital Property Agreement: is there a need for reform? A comparison with French                             Law


Session 3 Friday 12 September 2014 09.30-11.00 Room

3A       Nell Munro (Nottingham)

            Abandoning the analytic fix: Using risk to frame the debate about family court                                   reporting

3B        Grenville Jay (Regent Chambers)                      

            Academia and the courts  - the isthmus

3C        Joanna Miles (Cambridge),  Steve McKay (Lincoln), Ira Ellman (Arizona State)                                and Caroline Bryson (BPSR  

             Public views on calculating child maintenance: the impact of repartnering


Session 4 Friday 12 September 2014 11.30-13.00 Room

4A        Brigitte Clark (Oxford Brookes)        

            'Accommodating’ Religion?: Inter-parental Disputes relating to Children’s Religious                           Upbringing?

4B        Eugenia Caracciolo di Torella (Leicester) and  Petra Foubert (Hasselt University)

              Surrogacy and maternity related rights: an opportunity for a more coherent regime of                        parental rights in the EU ?

4C        Lydia Bracken (University College Cork)           

              Same-sex adoption and the rights of the child under the ECHR

Abstracts

Academia and the courts – the isthmus . by Grenville Jay Barrister.
Marital Property Agreement: is there a need for reform? A comparison with French Law by L Sauve.
Qualifying Nuptial Agreements, The Family and The Law: Status and Contract? by Marie Parker.
Should emotional neglect of children be criminalised? by Christine Piper.
Academia and the Courts- the Isthmus. The by Grenville Jay.
Same-sex adoption and the rights of the child under the ECHR by Lydia Bracken.
Abandoning the analytic fix: Using risk to frame the debate about family court reporting Abstract by Nell Munro.
‘Judging prenuptial agreements: rethinking autonomy and recognising power.’ by Sharon Thompson.
'Decision making in adoption: what do judges want?' by Julie Doughty.
Is there a future for compensation? by Lucy Crompton Is.
‘Accommodating’ Religion?: Inter-parental Disputes relating to Children’s Religious Upbringing by Brigitte Clark.
Surrogacy, pregnancy and maternity rights: an opportunity for a more coherent regime of parental rights in the EU? by Eugenia Caracciolo di Torella.
Public views on calculating child maintenance: the impact of repartnering by Miles, McKay, Ellman and Bryson.
Is there a future for compensation? by Crompton.
Academia and the Courts- the Isthmus. by Grenville Jay.
Abandoning the analytic fix: Using risk to frame the debate about family court reporting by Neil Munro.
Should emotional neglect of children be criminalised? by Christine Piper.
'Decision making in adoption: what do judges want?' by Julie Doughty .
Same-sex adoption and the rights of the child under the ECHR by Lydia Bracken.
Surrogacy and maternity related rights: an opportunity for a more coherent regime of parental rights in the EU? by E. Caracciolo di Torella and P. Foubert.
: Different And Equal - Same Sex Marriage, Incremental Justice and Human Rights by Eric and Holt.
Marital Property Agreement: is there a need for reform? A comparison with French Law by L.Sauve.
Qualifying Nuptial Agreements, The Family and The Law: Status and Contract? by Marie Parker.
‘Judging prenuptial agreements: rethinking autonomy and recognising power.’ by Sharon Thompson.
'A case for a legal test of 'relational harm' in care proceedings. by Vanessa Richardson.
Should emotional neglect of children be criminalised? by Christine Piper.

Papers

MARITAL PROPERTY AGREEMENT: IS THERE A NEED FOR REFORM? A COMPARISON WITH FRENCH LAW by Laure Sauvé.
A case for a legal test of ‘relational harm’ in care proceedings by Vanessa Richardson.

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