Child Case Management Practice Third edition
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Why should you buy Child Case Management Practice
The family courts dealing with public and private child law cases are inundated with work, involving the generation of large amounts of paper. Far more effective is the creation of a file which, from the outset, focuses on material relevant to the judicial decision-making process. Therefore, for each child law application Child Case Management Practice provides an analysis of what the judicial hearing will actually require, with checklists, questionnaires etc specifying all the necessary information.
This fully updated and expanded new edition will also keep you abreast of the latest developments in law and practice. It is the definitive practical manual on the Public Law Outline, generates best practice case management documents and provides synopses of the law for all the major applications. It also presents core skeleton arguments at a glance and focuses on the Case Management record.
This invaluable work is designed for use by the judiciary (including magistracy, justices’ clerks, legal advisers), barristers, solicitors, legal executives, CAFCASS, local authorities, guardians, the Ministry of Justice, experts and the Legal Services Commission.
“A handbook for the busy practitioner and judge, designed to provide core skeleton arguments for the most common – and some less common – children applications”
Law Society Gazette
Table of contents
Part I: Practice, Evidence and Procedure
• Case Management Gateway
• Expert Evidence
• Protected Parties/Parties under a Disability
• Litigants in Person, Self-represented Litigants and McKenzie Friends
Part II: Private Law
• Declaration of Parentage
• Orders under ss 8 and 13 of the Children Act 1989
• A Direction for Scientific Testing
• Special Guardianship Orders
Part III: Public Law
• Section 37 and Borderline Care
• Emergency Protection Procedures
• Appointment and Removal of a Children’s Guardian
• Care orders and Supervision orders
• Secure Accommodation
Part IV: International Issues and other Uses of Inherent Jurisdiction
• European Dimension: Brussels 2 Revised Article 15 Cases
• Child Abduction
• Forced Marriage and Female Genital Mutilation
Part V: Case Management in Practice
• Case Management: How to Use the Public Law Outline
Part VI: Case Digest
His Honour Judge Clive Baker
Timothy Edge, Barrister, Deans Court Chambers
Michael Gration, Barrister, 4 Paper Buildings
Teertha Gupta QC, 4 Paper Buildings
Elizabeth Isaacs QC, St Ives Chambers
Her Honour Nasreen Pearce
Sabrina Polak, Barrister, New Court Chambers
His Honour Judge Malcolm Sharpe