|Journal||Family Law Review: Parts||13/09/2012||30136167||$653.07|
|Online||Family Law Review: Online||28/06/2010||41167180||$699.11|
This peer-reviewed journal takes an interdisciplinary approach to a broad range of family law issues, including child support, domestic violence, adoption, mediation, de facto relationships, child abduction and property settlement. A dedicated forum for the discussion of serious theoretical family law issues, Family Law Review also monitors emerging developments to family law practice.
First publishing in 2010, Family Law Review is a relaunch of Current Family Law, continuing its tradition of keeping practitioners informed of developments in family law.
In addition to a wide range of topical and analytical articles written by highly qualified and experienced authors, Family Law Review features regular sections including summaries of the latest cases, an update from the Australian Government’s Child Support Agency, dedicated sections on international family law developments and family dispute resolution, a section covering professional developments in family law, and book reviews.
The distinguished General Editors include Dr Anthony Dickey QC, one of the leading family lawyers in Australia, and Adjunct Professor the Hon Jennifer Boland, recently retired Family Court Justice and now academic at The University of Sydney.
The General Editors work with an Editorial Board of experienced practitioners and academics to provide extensive coverage of the major developments in family law.
Online, the Journal features links to judgments, legislation and other online publications, while allowing for individual articles to be downloaded in pdf format or received via RSS feed.
There are approximately four Parts published each year.
You can now also purchase individual articles for a flat fee of $40 (GST incl) per article. Simply complete the “Journal article order form” which is available below under "General Downloads", and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org, fax it to 1300 304 196 (from Australia) or +61 2 8587 7981 (from overseas), or mail it to Thomson Reuters Customer Service, Level 5, 100 Harris Street, Pyrmont NSW 2009.
To access free articles and information on all of our journals, to submit an article or to join our community and have your say, visit our Journals Talk site at www.thomsonreuters.com.au/journalstalk.
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