This is an impressive and timely collection of key articles on Family Law selected by two of the leading experts in this popular and important area of law at undergraduate and postgraduate level. The selection of readings is prefaced by an original introduction which sets out the importance of a contextual approach to the study of family law and its impact on the family unit. This rich and varied collection will be welcomed by teachers and students for providing key readings to supplement discussion of cases and statutes. This book is intended for undergraduate and postgraduate students of Family law; students of social policy and administration; academics and students of socio-legal studies.
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