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Children Law: An Interdisciplinary Handbook is a major new work for lawyers and other professionals working with children in the family justice system.
The work is divided into six main parts with each accompanied by an introductory commentary making it ideal for non-lawyers:
international, human rights and European Union Law
There is an extensive range of primary and other reference materials. The key legislative and procedural provisions are set out in full and are comprehensively annotated:
the Children Act 1989
the Human Rights Act 1998
the Family Proceedings Rules 1991
other non-legal materials
These core materials are accompanied by comprehensive overviews which provide an ideal introduction to the statutory framework governing the major areas of children law.