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Trials and tribulations, trends and triumphs : developments in international, African and South African child and family law

Author: Julia Sloth-Nielsen; Zenobia Du Toit; Miller du Toit Cloete (Firm); University of the Western Cape. Faculty of Law.
Publisher: Cape Town : JUTA Law, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This collection of papers, selected from successive Miller du Toit Cloete Inc/University of the Western Cape child and family law conferences since 2001, reflects the spectrum of issues that have concerned practitioners, law reformers and academics during this exciting period of development. Some papers focus on international and regional developments in comparative context, while others deal with practical concerns  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
Congresses
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Julia Sloth-Nielsen; Zenobia Du Toit; Miller du Toit Cloete (Firm); University of the Western Cape. Faculty of Law.
ISBN: 9780702179488 0702179485
OCLC Number: 298543616
Notes: "Collected contributions from the International Miller du Toit Cloete Inc/UWC Conferences on Child and Family Law (2001-2008)."
Description: 278 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Introduction / Zenobia du Toit, Julia Sloth-Nielsen and Judy Cloete --
Trials and tribulations, trends and triumphs : the state of the nation's child and family law and their institutions for the administration of justice / Julia Sloth-Nielsen --
The globalisation of child and family law / Willie McCarney --
Recognising relationships : the new role of the state / Madame Justice Claire L'Heureux-Dube --
The co-ordination of European child and family law and the revised Brussels II Regulation / Henry Setright QC --
Regional developments and the Hague Children's Conventions, and the draft Convention on the International Recovery of Child Support and other forms of family maintenance / William Duncan --
The case for judicial activism / The Rt. Hon Lord Justice Thorpe --
Law reform : the emerging protection of children in Botswana? / Monica Tabengwa, Awuah Khan & Partners --
The Lesotho Child Protection and Welfare Bill 2004 : why the delays in enacting the children's law? / Itumeleng Kimane --
The Child Law reform process in Southern Sudan / Akur Magot --
Muslim personal law : an update / Judge M S Navsa --
Making rights real : facing the challenges of recognising Muslim marriages in South Africa / Rashida Manjoo --
Still out in the cold? The Domestic Partnership Bill and the (non)protection of marginalised woman / Pierre de Vos --
Mediation in the Children's Act 38 of 2005, and the mediation in family law / Craig Schneider --
Revolutionary changes to the parent-child relationship in South Africa / Amanda Boniface --
The increased jurisdiction of the children's courts and implications for family law practice in light of the new mechanisms that promote alternative dispute resolution / Denni Leppan and Jacqui Gallinetti --
Family group conferencing in the proposed Child Justice Bill : Implications for the child care system / Ann Skelton --
Maintenance as a child's rights issue : an analysis of recent decisions that give substance to the 'best interests of the child standard' / Pat Moodley --
From Kramer versus Kramer to Batman and Robin : the concept of parental responsibility : A comparison of the Children Act 1989 with the South African Children's Act 2005 / Her Honour Judge Kharin Cox --
Adoption of children : how we got there and current developments / Henry Setright QC --
Special assignment : interpreting the right to legal representation in terms of section 28(1)(h) of the Constitution of South Africa / Ann Skelton --
Children's right to legal representation in divorce proceedings : proposed guidelines concerning when a section 28(1)(h) legal practitioner might be deemed necessary or appropriate / Daksha Kassan --
Practical implementation of representation for children / Upkaar Mungar --
The role of the liaison judge under the Hague Convention / Judge Ben Griesel --
Increasing visibility and protection for children in conflict with the law : presentation on the manual for the measurement of juvenile justice indicators / Seamus MacRoibin --
The development of family/divorce mediation in South Africa / Praveena Sukhraj-Ely --
Publication of information pertaining to divorce proceedings / Ananda Louw.
Other Titles: Trials & tribulations, trends & triumphs
Responsibility: edited by Julia Sloth-Nielsen, Zenobia du Toit.

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A collection of papers, selected from successive Miller du Toit Cloete Inc/University of the Western Cape child and family law conferences since 2001. It reflects the spectrum of issues that have  Read more...

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