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The Dictionary of Private Children Law is a unique reference guide to the key concepts, cases and practice of private children law. Its A4 format and targeted concise content makes it a unique model of accessibility and portability.
Presented in an easy to use A-Z format, with cross-references where required, each entry acts like a practice note on the topic setting out the essential law, key cases and practice points. The book distils the combined experience of the editors with the aim of providing a concise practical handbook focusing on the most important issues and practice points likely to be encountered by anybody involved in a private children law case. The intention is to achieve this aim for judges and practitioners working in the field, but also to provide a book sufficiently accessible for litigants acting without lawyers.
A quick, user-friendly reference guide, to be consulted when points of law and practice arise, whether at court or otherwise, is what we have set out to produce and we encourage all those involved in the field of private children law to have it by their sides.
The book provides a portable, potted summary of the most commonly confronted topics and issues in private children law, providing ready access to the relevant case law, statutory sources and points of practice.