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Global issues in family law

Author: Ann Laquer Estin; Barbara Stark
Publisher: St. Paul, MN : Thomson/West, ©2007.
Series: American casebook series.; Global issues series (St. Paul, Minn.)
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"This book offers broad coverage of the international, comparative, and transnational legal questions that are increasingly important in the practice of family law. It considers global dimensions of the topics covered in an introductory course, including marriage, divorce, establishing parent-child relationships, parental rights and responsibilities, adoption, and domestic violence, and addresses broader questions  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Estin, Ann Laquer, 1956-
Global issues in family law.
St. Paul, MN : Thomson/West, c2007
(OCoLC)755235493
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ann Laquer Estin; Barbara Stark
ISBN: 9780314179548 0314179542
OCLC Number: 163572626
Notes: At head of title on cover: Cases and materials.
Description: xvii, 201 p. ; 24 cm.
Series Title: American casebook series.; Global issues series (St. Paul, Minn.)
Responsibility: by Ann Laquer Estin, Barbara Stark.

Abstract:

"This book offers broad coverage of the international, comparative, and transnational legal questions that are increasingly important in the practice of family law. It considers global dimensions of the topics covered in an introductory course, including marriage, divorce, establishing parent-child relationships, parental rights and responsibilities, adoption, and domestic violence, and addresses broader questions of private international law, human rights, and immigration and asylum rights. The book is intended to be accessible to students with no background in family law or international law, and also to be challenging for those interested in exploring the fascinating intersection of these two fields."--Publisher's website.
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