9781526503206 (online) 9781526503176 (paperback) 9781526503183 (electronic book) 9781526503190 (PDF)
Bloomsbury family law.
"Can you hear the child's voice? The Court of Appeal have commented that the family courts are 'still feeling their way forward in order to determine how best to 'hear the voice of a child'. In this new title David Burrows looks at the jurisprudence surrounding this remark, relates it to European and UN Convention rights and looks at the most recent children case law."--Bloomsbury Publishing.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction Meaning of 'child': law and reality Child's evidence Child's views Human rights and the child The child as a party to proceedings Children's rights: international legislation and EU withdrawal Confidentiality Disclosure in children proceedings Restricting or withholding disclosure Closed material procedures Public interest immunity Privacy and anonymity in children proceedings.