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What are care proceedings really like?

Judith Masson | 20 February 2012 | Socio Legal Studies | Seminar/workshop

Presentation and discussion for local authority children's services and adoption managers, and local authority lawyers from local authorities involved in a coram/ barnardos project to improve timely adoption decisions for looked-after children

Public child law : a service priority?

Judith Masson | 05 December 2011 | Socio Legal Studies | Journal article

This paper explores the impact of changes to the legal aid regime on public child law, drawing on data from a major qualitative study: parents' representation in care proceedings (esrc res-062-23-1163). Specifically, it examines the strategies solici ...

Reforming care proceedings : a socio-legal perspective

Judith Masson | 01 November 2011 | Socio Legal Studies | Book chapter

The 2011 interdisciplinary conference held at dartington hall assembled a uniquely qualified group of contributors, drawn from the many professions involved in the work of the family justice system. This book brings together their papers and is essen ...

Food and relationships : children’s experiences in residential care

Samantha Punch | 01 January 2009 | Social Work | Book chapter

This book chapter examines the role food plays in children’s experiences of relationship building within residential care. In particular it considers the use of food as a medium through which relationships between care workers and children can be con ...

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