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  • International Perspectives on Disputes about Children and Child Protection(Out of stock)

International Perspectives on Disputes about Children and Child Protection(Out of stock)

Collected Essays on Parental Responsibility and Children’s Dispute Resolution (Vol.1)

Edited by Katherine Lynch and Anne Scully-Hill

English , 2015/11

Tags: Law

229 x 152 mm , 248pp ISBN / ISSN : 978-962-996-773-4

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The essays in Volume 1 focus on the substantive law relating to the child-parent relationship in terms of custody and access and on procedural frameworks adopted around the world to resolve disputes arising between parents in relation to their children. The first group of essays offers a comparative analysis of the paradigm shift occurring in post-divorce child law away from notions of custody, care and control to that based on “parental responsibility” in diverse jurisdictions such as England, Hong Kong, New Zealand, China and Europe. In the second section, essays focus on the procedural framework within which disputes relating to parenting and care of children post-divorce may be resolved, with particular focus on the development of specialized children’s dispute resolution procedures in various jurisdictions. The final essays highlight the progressive work of the Hong Kong Judiciary in introducing many procedural reforms in family law and children’s dispute resolution (with many involving a greater use of ADR processes), but also lament the lack of legislative reform in family justice. Volume 1 concludes by focusing on the need for greater empirical research and collection of data to allow for better evidence-based and informed policy making in family justice and child law reform in Hong Kong.

List of Contributors

Anne Scully-Hill, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, Chinese University of Hong Kong

The Hon. Mr. Justice Andrew Moylan, England and Wales High Court, Family Division

The Hon. Mr. Justice Peter Boshier, Principal Family Court Judge

Judge He XiaoYi, Civil Division, Zhuhai Intermediate People’s Court, Guangdong Province, China

Professor Linda J. Silberman, Martin Lipton Professor of Law, New York University School of Law

Professor Patrick Parkinson, Professor of Law, University of Sydney

Professor M. Jerry McHale, QC, Law Chair in Law and Public Policy, University of Victoria, Canada

Professor Mark Henaghan, Dean, Faculty of Law, University of Otago

Ruth Ballantyne, Professional Practice Fellow, Faculty of Law, University of Otago

The Rt. Hon. Lord Justice Thorpe, Head of International Family Justice for England and Wales

Philip Marcus, Judge (retired) of the Jerusalem Family Court

Katherine Lynch, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong

Her Honour Judge Sharon D. Melloy, Family Court, Hong Kong

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