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Canadian Journal of Family Law

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Canadian Journal of Family Law is the first interdisciplinary academic journal in Canada to publish articles on a wide variety of family law issues. It is national in its scope, publishing articles in both English and French on topics in either common law or civil law. The Journal also publishes papers originally presented at regional conferences on family law. Family Law in Canada and Beyond: Changing Perspectives Family law is a constantly changing area of law. Shifts in societal values and changes in public policy are reflected in judicial decisions and legislative amendments in the family law arena. Contributors to the Journal have commented upon issues such as same-sex domestic partnerships, the relevance of race to child custody, the impact of domestic violence on child access, equality rights in adoption reform, and how father's rights relate to child support. History The Canadian Journal of Family Law was established at Osgoode Hall Law School of Yo
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