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Domestic Abuse and Scots Law
Domestic Abuse and Scots Law
ISBN:  9780414017887
Published by:  W. Green
General Editor:Helen Hughes
Publication Date:  14 Dec 2011
Format:  Hardback, CD-ROM
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This multi-author book is written by a combination of professionals and academics all regarded as experts in their particular fields. Their aim is to provide a comprehensive and practical guide on all aspects of Scots Law in relation to domestic abuse. General Editor Helen Hughes has designed this to be accessible to solicitors, advisers and all those seeking information and guidance in cases of domestic abuse such as social workers and family and child support agencies.

CONTRIBUTOR INFORMATION

Helen Hughes is a partner with McAuley, McCarthy & Co Solicitors and is past Chair of the Family Law Association

Paul Brown is Principal Solicitor and Chief Executive of the Legal Services Agency

Clare Connelly is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Law, University of Glasgow.  Her research inspired the content of the Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Act 2011 and she played a major role in drafting the related Bill and its amendments.

Sarah Crawford is a Solicitor at the Legal Services Agency

Margaret Hughes is a Senior Lecturer in Journalism at the University of the West of Scotland

Paul Lynch is a Partner with Tod & Mitchell Criminal Defence Solicitors

Professor Kenneth Norrie is Professor of Law at the University of Strathclyde

Dr Mairead Tagg is a psychologist and specialist in domestic abuse

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