The Family, State and Law in Britain Today
The annual Legal Workshop was held at the Institute from Tuesday 5th July to Friday 8th July 1983 on the subject: The Family, State and Law in Britain Today.
The Workshop was attended by 68 persons, most of whom were law teachers in universities and polytechnics. 23 members of the Workshop stayed in Connaught Hall.
The family, state and law in Britain today / academic director: Michael Freeman, assistant director: Dawn Oliver.
London : Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, 1983.
IALS classmark: FOL SJ175 INS
- Mr Michael Freeman (Reader in English Law, University College London) - assisted by:
- Dawn Oliver (University College London)
|Dr Eric Clive (Scottish Law Commission)
The Financial Consequences of Divorce: Reform from the Scottish Perspective
|Madeleine Colvin (Children's Legal Centre)
Children, Care and the Local State
|Ruth Deech (St. Anne's College, Oxford)
Matrimonial Property and Divorce - a Century of Progress?
|Dr Robert Dingwall (Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, Wolfson College, Oxford)
Rethinking Child Protection
|John Eekelaar (Pembroke College, Oxford) and Mavis Maclean (Centre for Socio-Legal studies, Wolfson College, Oxford)
The Passage from Divorce to Remarriage
|Michael Freeman (University College London)
Conclusion - Family Law in the Next Decade
|Antonia Gerard (Barrister and Assistant Recorder)
Conciliation: Present and Future
|Hilary Land (University of Bristol)
Changing Women's Claims to Maintenance
|Jenny Levin (Legal Action Group)
Financial Consequences of Divorce: Problems and Priorities
|Nigel Lowe (University of Bristol)
Wardship: In Search of a Role
|Susan Maidment (University of Keele)
Section 41 of the Matrimonial Causes Act and the Children of divorce: Theoretical and Empirical Considerations
|Judith Masson (University of Leicester)
Old Families into New: Step-Families and the Law
|Katherine O'Donovan (University of Kent)
Paternalism and Protection
|Jan Pahl (University of Kent)
Allocation of Economic resources within the Family
|Professor Madzy Rood de Boer (Wilhelm Pompe Instituut, Utrecht)
Decision-making in the Family - State Intervention or Parental Autonomy: Where is the Line to be Drawn?
|Carol Smart (institute of Psychiatry, London)
Marriage and the Family: Some Feminist Issues
|Elizabeth Szwed (Justice for Children)
The Family Court
|Elizabeth Wilson (Polytechnic of North London)
What can we do about Violence against Women?