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Child Law A Guide for Courts and Practitioners by Richard Powell
  

Child Law A Guide for Courts and Practitioners

Synopsis

Child Law A Guide for Courts and Practitioners by Richard Powell

An outline of the law - civil and criminal - concerning the safety, welfare, health and protection of children, in one convenient volume. It provides key aspects of UK measures and international obligations to safeguard children as they grow up and mature into adults (including human rights and childrens rights), and is specially written with everyday practitioners in mind. The book should be useful for courts, legal practitioners, YOT members, welfare workers and other people interested in this high profile subject.

Reviews

'An invaluable collection of information ...Essential background reading'The Justices'
Clerk

'If you like information in an easily readable format ... you will find this book to your taste ... I commend [it] to all in the field':The MagistrateA concise handbook: A wide canvass. The author 'may ... find an appreciative audience in young lawyers and those working with children in a broad range of magistrates'
court work

':New Law Journal'


About the Author

Richard Powell is deputy clerk to the Central Devon Justices and co-author of the best selling Human Rights and the Courts (1999 Waterside Press).

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Book Info

Publication date

1st January 2001

Author

Richard Powell

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Publisher

Waterside Press

Format

Paperback
192 pages

Categories

Family law
Social security & welfare law

ISBN

9781872870922

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