Family Law Prof Blog

Editor: Margaret Ryznare
Indiana University
Robert H. McKinney School of Law

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Chicago-Kent Law Review Family Law Symposium

Chicago-Kent Law Review has recently published a fantastic family law symposium issue, consisting of the following papers:

 

EVOLVING PARENTAL CHILDCARE PARENT LAWS: SYMPOSIUM PAPER REVIEW

Chicago-Kent Law Review 2017 92 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 3

By Jeffrey A. Parness (Symposium Editor)

 

REFORMING THE PROCESSES FOR CHALLENGING VOLUNTARY ACKNOWLEDGMENTS OF PATERNITY

Chicago-Kent Law Review 2017 92 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 177

By Jeffrey A. Parness & David A. Saxe

 

OBERGEFELL’S AMBIGUOUS IMPACT ON LEGAL PARENTAGE

Chicago-Kent Law Review 2017 92 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 55

By Leslie Joan Harris

 

PARENTS, BABIES, AND MORE PARENTS

Chicago-Kent Law Review 2017 92 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 9

By June Carbone & Naomi Cahn

 

ASSISTED REPRODUCTION INEQUALITY AND MARRIAGE EQUALITY

Chicago-Kent Law Review 2017 92 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 87

By Seema Mohapatra

 

ROMANTIC DISCRIMINATION AND CHILDREN

Chicago-Kent Law Review 2017 92 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 105

By Solangel Maldonado

 

QUACKING LIKE A DUCK? FUNCTIONAL PARENTHOOD DOCTRINE AND SAME-SEX PARENTS

Chicago-Kent Law Review 2017 92 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 135

Katharine K. Baker

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