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International Survey of Family Law 2019

Book | 1st edition 2019 | Margaret Brinig

Topical, terse and timely, this absorbing and authoritative international survey should be considered essential reading for all family lawyers.” -- Elizabeth Robson Taylor and Philip Taylor, The Barrister, 2020


The International Society of Family Law is an independent, international, and non-political scholarly association dedicated to the study, research and discussion of family law and related disciplines. The Society’s membership currently includes professors, lecturers, scholars, teachers, and researchers from more than 50 different countries, offering a unique opportunity for networking within a truly international family law community.

The International Survey of Family Law is the annual review of the International Society of Family Law. It brings together reliable and clearly structured insights into the latest and most notable developments in family law from all around the globe. Chapters are prepared by an international team of selected experts in the field, usually covering 20 or more jurisdictions in each edition.

MARGARET BRINIG is the Fritz Duda Family Chair in Law and Fellow at the University of Notre Dame. She is an elected member of the American Law Institute and part of the Executive Council of the International Society of Family Law.

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EAN / ISSN 9781780687964 / 9781780689319
Weight 600 g
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Number of pages xvi
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Publisher Intersentia
Language English
Publication Date Sep 16, 2019
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  • Table of Contents and preliminary matter
    Margaret Brinig
  • Albania. Are Albanian Legal Rules on Divorce Adequate for High-Conflict Divorces?
    Ledina Mandija
  • Australia. Reform and Complexity: A Difficult Balance
    Grant T Riethmuller
  • Brazil. The Social Food Bank and the State's Duty to the Child in the Faceof the Non-Fulfillment of Child Support Executions
    Antonio Jorge Pereira Junior, Kelly Coelho Silva
  • Canada. Habitual Residence of Abducted Children and Divorce Act Reform
    Martha Bailey
  • China. On Protection of the Child's Right to Care under the Minor GuardianshipSystem in China.
    Chen Wei, Lei Shi
  • England and Wales. Familial Relationships: Entrances and Exits
    Mary Welstead
  • The Faroe Islands. A New Family Law is Born
    José Maria Lorenzo Villaverde
  • France. A Chronicle of French Family Law
    Hugues Fulchiron, Christine Bidaud-Garon, Bastien Baret, Aurore Camuzat, Eric Fongaro, Guillaume Millerioux
  • Hong Kong. Slow Progress Towards Family Law Reform?
    Anne Scully-Johnson
  • Ireland. 'Best Interests' as a Limited Constitutional Imperative
    Maebh Harding
  • Italy. The Divorce Allowance in Italian Law: The Role of Jurisprudencein the Formation of the Legal Rule in the Family Sphere
    Federica Giardini
  • Korea. AID and Surrogacy in Korean Law
    Dongjin Lee
  • Namibia. Towards a New Juvenile Justice System in Namibia
    Julia Sloth-Nielsen
  • New Caledonia. Legal Pluralism and Diversity of Interpretation of Fundamental Rights(Common Law, Customary Law, Reservation Related to Indigenous Rights): The Example of New Caledonia
    Dongjin Lee
  • New Zealand. Reform is in the Air
    Mark Henaghan
  • Papua New Guinea. State and Customary Laws and the Underlying Law of Papua New Guinea:A Family Law Conundrum
    Jennifer Corrin
  • Portugal. What's Mine is Mine and Won't be Yours: The Newly Introduced Possibilityof Opting Out of the Mandatory Succession Effects of Marriage in Portugal
    Rute Teixeira Pedro
  • Serbia. Transgender Issues before the Constitutional Court of Serbia
    Melanija Jancic
  • The Seychelles.The Seychellois Family Tribunal and its Implementation of the FamilyViolence (Protection of Victims) Act 2000
    Jamil Mujuzi
  • UN Committee on the Rights of the Child. Reflections on Family Law Issues in the Jurisprudence of the CRC Committee: The Convention on the Rights of the Child @ 30
    Olga Khazova, Benyam Dawit Mezmur
  • United States of America. Same-Sex and Different-Sex Relationships: Is it Time for Convergence?
    June Carbone