Inside Family Law: Children’s Rights and Adoption

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  • Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “Inside Family Law: Children’s Rights and Adoption” – below is their description.

    Julie Doughty, Cardiff University. The “Inside Family Law” Project is jointly organised by Claire Fenton-Glynn (University of Cambridge) and Leanne Smith (University of Exeter). The aim of the project is to provide viewers with a deeper understanding of central issues in family law, as explained by experts from universities across the United Kingdom. Each video is accompanied by a text that provides further resources, allowing viewers to continue to explore the topic through relevant caselaw and academic articles. We hope that these resources will allow viewers to better understand some of the key debates in this area of the law, both from an academic perspective, and how these principles operate in practice. For more information see:

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