volume 41, issue 1, P15-33 2018
DOI: 10.1080/09649069.2019.1554787
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Abstract: Child protection proceedings often concern children with international connections. In recent years, the courts of England and Wales have handed down a number of significant judgments examining the application of international legal instruments (in particular Brussels IIa) to care proceedings. This article considers the impact of court judgments on practical 'working' by Local Authorities in international child protection cases. A case study was conducted, oriented by socio-legal theory, consisting of a small …

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