An Editorial Feature of the AJFL
ARTICLES OF INTEREST
Amorado, Rhona Mae. Comment. "I plead the Fifth": New York's integrated domestic violence courts and the defendant's Fifth Amendment dilemma. 32 Touro L. Rev. 709-740 (2016). Anderson, Linda S. Marriage, monogamy, and affairs: reassessing intimate relationships in light of growing acceptance of consensual non-monogamy. 22 Wash. & Lee J. C.R. & Soc. Just. 3-47 (2016). Economou, Theodora D. The plight of the disabled parent in contested child custody cases: is there federal redress under the Americans with Disabilities Act (nearly) twenty-five years hence? 10 Charleston L. Rev. 71-103 (2016).
Aquino, Kimberly T. Note. Family law--letting go and stopping the continuous cycle of litigation: Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court affirms scope of judicial and limited nonbinding parent coordinator authority in custody cases of minor children--Bower v. Bournay-Bower, 15 N.E.3d 745 (Mass. 2014). 21 Suffolk J. Trial & App. Advoc. 424-435 (2016). Bjurling, Jennifer. Bringing a lamb to slaughter: how family law attorneys unknowingly lead clients to financial disaster in the negotiation of a divorce stipulation. 40 Vt. L. Rev. 939-968 (2016).
Mansfield, Marsha M. Litigants without lawyers: measuring success in family court. 67 Hastings L.J. 1389-1425 (2016). Pollack, Sheldon D. Same-sex marriage and conflict of law: the "other" constitutional issue. 13 Geo. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 477-502 (2015).
Crampton, Alexandra. Escape from the laboratory: ethnographic methods in the study of elder and family court mediation. 32 Negotiation J. 191-211 (2016). Dahl, Elizabeth A. Comment. Re-homing: the underground market for adopted children and how current laws fail to protect the innocent. 6 Wake Forest J.L. & Pol'y 549-566 (2016).
Feinberg, Jessica. Consideration of genetic connections in child custody disputes between same-sex parents: fair or foul? 81 Mo. L. Rev. 331-376 (2016). Feinberg, Jessica. Gradual marriage. 20 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 1-53 (2016). Kishnani, Sapna. Note. Working towards the welfare of our children: an argument for a rebuttable presumption against awarding abusers custody and other non-legislative proposals....