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Use of the UNCRC in Family Law Cases in England and Wales

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This article presents quantitative and qualitative findings of an analysis of 130 domestic family law cases in England and Wales reported in the Family Law Reports in which, as of April 2017, the UNCRC had been cited. Data are presented on the scope and frequency of citation of Articles of the UNCRC, together with an analysis of the various ways in which the UNCRC has been used in the case law.

Affiliations: 1: Professor of Family Law, King’s College London, UK


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1. Mance Lord, “"International Law in the uk Supreme Court"”, Lecture delivered at King’s College, London, 13 February 2017:

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