ISSN 0964-9069 (Print); ISSN 1469-9621 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
Who needs restraining? Re-examining the use of physical restraint in an English young offender institution
Recognising children's citizenship in the youth justice system
Use of domestic violence services by Portuguese women in England
‘It's like going through the abuse again’: domestic violence and women and children's (un)safety in private law contact proceedings
Coy, Maddy; Scott, Emma; Tweedale, Ruth; Perks, Katherine
Considering social work assessment of families
Vulnerable birth mothers and repeat losses of infants to public care: is targeted reproductive health care ethically defensible?
Broadhurst, Karen; Shaw, Mike; Kershaw, Sophie; Harwin, Judith; Alrouh, Bachar; Mason, Claire; Pilling, Mark
Arbitral Awards: A Magnetic Factor of Determinative Importance – Yet Not To Be Rubber-Stamped?
Inchoate rights – one true meaning?
The rise of strict scrutiny: extending Re B-S to changes in care plans
Night-time care, article 8 and the European court of human rights: a missed opportunity?
The pillory, the precipice and the slippery slope: the profound effects of the UK's legal reform programme targeting EU migrants
The courts' relationship to ombudsmen – supervisor and partner?
Caring and the law
Ideas and debates in family law