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020    9781782259725|q(online) 
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050 00 K670|b.D45 2015 
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245 00 Delivering family justice in the 21st century|h[electronic
       resource] /|cedited by Mavis Maclean, John Eekelaar, and 
       Benoit Bastard. 
260    Oxford ;|aPortland, OR. :|bHart Publishing Ltd.,|c2015. 
300    1 online resource (xi, 369 p.) 
490 1  Oñati international series in law and society 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |gIntroduction --|tThe neoliberal context of family law 
       reform in British Columbia, Canada : implications for 
       access to (family) justice /|rRachel Treloar --|tThe 
       revised family court system in New Zealand : secret 
       justice and privatisation /|rBill Atkin --|tShaping 
       substantive law to promote access to justice : Canada's 
       use of child and spousal support guidelines /|rCarol 
       Rogerson --|tPerforming the Marriage Act straight : the 
       legal regulation of marriage in the Australian civil 
       wedding ceremony /|rBecky Batagol --|tNational paths 
       towards private ordering : professionals' jurisdictions 
       and separating couples' privacy in the French and Canadian
       family justice systems /|rEmilie Biland, Muiel Mille and 
       Hélène Steinmetz --|tFamily justice in Bulgaria : the old 
       system and new demands /|rVelina Todorova --|tFamily 
       courts and family cases in Poland and other post-Communist
       countries / Małgorzata Fuszara and Jacek Kurczewski --
       |tPaths to justice in divorce cases in England and Wales /
       |rRosemary Hunter, Anne Barlow, Janet Smithson and Jan 
       Ewing --|tFamily lawyers and multi-agency approaches : why
       don't lawyers work with other service providers? /|rAngela
       Melville, Karen Laing and Frank Stephen --|tFamily justice
       without courts : property settlement on separation using 
       contracts in Scotland /|rJane Mair, Fran Wasoff and 
       Kirsteen Mackay --|tAccess to justice in Spain in times of
       austerity, with special reference to family justice /
       |rTeresa Picontó-Novales --|tLegal aid, fundamental rights
       and family issues /|rEncarna Roca Trías --|tTaking 
       responsibility? : legal aid reform and litigants in person
       in England /|rLiz Trinder --|tAccess to justice in hard 
       times and the deconstruction of democratic citizenship /
       |rHilary Sommerlad --|tCasualties of friendly fire : 
       counter productive campaigning on public funded legal 
       services /|rPeter G. Harris --|tControlling time? : 
       speeding up divorce proceedings in France and Belgium /
       |rBenoit Bastard, David Delvaux, Christian Mouhanna and 
       Frédéric Schoenaers --|tWhen is a family lawyer a lawyer? 
       /|rLisa Webley --|tNew ways to seek legal information and 
       advice on family matters in England and Wales : from 
       professional legal services to Google and private ordering
       /|rMavis Maclean --|tCan there be family justice without 
       law? /|rJohn Eekelaar. 
530    Also issued in print. 
533    Electronic reproduction.|bLondon :|cBloomsbury Publishing,
       |d2014.|nAvailable via World Wide Web.|nAccess limited by 
       licensing agreement.|7s2014    dcunns 
650  0 Domestic relations. 
655  7 Domestic relations.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00896646 
700 1  Maclean, Mavis,|eeditor. 
700 1  Eekelaar, John,|eeditor. 
700 1  Bastard, Benoit,|d1950-|eeditor. 
710 2  Oñati International Institute for the Sociology of Law. 
776 0  Original|w(DLC)    2015373059 
830  0 Oñati international series in law and society. 
856 40 |u|zConnect to ebook 
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975    Hart Publishing 2015 
990    Batch Ebook load (bud2) - do not edit, delete or attach 
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990    Bloomsbury Hart Publishing 
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