This issue of Family Law Quarterly features a symposium on Global Families.
Introduction: Global Families in Local Courts -- David B. Thronson & Veronica T. Thronson
Lack of Detained Parents' Access to the Family Justice System and the Unjust Severance of the Parent-Child Relationship -- Sarah Rogerson
Welcoming a Post-DOMA World: Same-Sex Spousal Petitions and Other Post-Windsor Immigration Implications -- Bejamin P. Edwards
Custody of Children in Mixed-Status Families: Preventing the Misunderstanding and Misuse of Immigration Status in State Court Custody Proceedings -- Soraya Fata, Leslye E. Orloff, Andrea Carcamo-Cavazos, Alison Silber, & Benish Anver
Appendix I: State-by-State Best Interests Chart
Appendix II: Visa Chart--Immigration Status & Children's Benefits
Forgotten Families: International Family Connections for Children in the American Public Child-Welfare System -- Felicity Sackville Northcott & Wendy Jeffries
The Hague Convention and Domestic Violence: Proposals for Balancing the Policies of Discouraging Child Abduction and Protecting Children from Domestic Violence -- Shani M. King
Book Review: Marriage at the Crossroads: Law, Policy and the Brave New World of Twenty-First-Century Families (Marsha Garrison & Elizabeth Scott eds.) -- Review by J. Thomas Oldham
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