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Title: Scots Child and Family Law: Liberty, Equality and Protection Revisited (Forthcoming)
Author(s): Sutherland, Elaine E
Contact Email: elaine.sutherland@stir.ac.uk
Keywords: liberty
equality
protection
child
parent
family
children's rights
child protection
marriage
civil partnership
polygamy
polyamory
forced marriage
domestic abuse
divorce
Citation: Sutherland EE (2018) Scots Child and Family Law: Liberty, Equality and Protection Revisited (Forthcoming). Juridical Review.
Abstract: In his seminal 1989 article, "Family Law Reform in Scotland – Past, Present and Future", Professor Eric M Clive analysed family law reform at the various stages in terms of three themes: liberty, equality and protection. Adopting these themes as benchmarks, this article analyses developments in the regulation of adult relationships and in child law over the last three decades, highlighting remaining shortcomings and exploring how they might be resolved.
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