International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family

Journal

The subject matter of the International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family comprises the following: analyses of the law relating to the family which carry an interest beyond the jurisdiction dealt with, or which are of a comparative nature; theoretical analyses of family law; sociological literature concerning the family which is of special interest to law and legal policy; social policy literature of special interest to law and the family; literature in related disciplines (such as medicine, psychology, demography) which is of special relevance to law and the family; research findings in the above areas; reviews of books and relevant reports.

Online ISSN: 1464-3707
Print ISSN: 1360-9939

SOURCE CURRENCY
Volume 34, Issue 1, 1 APRIL 2020

Int J Law Policy Family (2020) 34 (1): 1

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Articles
Surrogacy in China: A Dilemma Between Public Policy and the Best Interests of Children
Protecting Identity In Collaborative Assisted Reproduction: The Right To Know One's Gestational Surrogate
Shared Care and Child Maintenance Policies in Nordic Countries
Cross-Border Removal and Retention of a Child – Croatian Practice and European Expectation
Pluralist Marriage Laws in a Former Colonial System: Cultural Authenticity or Hybridisation?

Contributors

Dr Jonathan Herring , Exeter College, Oxford Book reviews editor
K Kiernan , UK Editorial board member
M Freeman , UK Editorial board member
M Maclean , UK Editorial board member
M Richards , UK Editorial board member
Mr John Eekelaar , Pembroke College, Oxford, UK Editor
Professor Robert Dingwall , University of Nottingham, UK Editor
S Cretney , UK Editorial board member