|Nykol O' Shea
|| ||Can Ireland's Constitution Remain Premise on the "Inalienable" Protection of the Marital Family Unit Without Continuing to Fail its International Obligations on the Rights of the Child?
||(2012) 15 (4) IFLJ 87
|Family Law; Article 42A the 31st Amendment of the Constitution, Convention on the Rights of the Child, Article 41 and 42 of the Constitution, Constitutional Presumption of Welfare of the Child in the Family, McD v L  2 IR 199, Article 8 ECHR and De Facto Family|
|| ||Child and Spousal Support in Canada: The Guidelines Approach Part 2
||(2012) 15 (1) IJFL 18
|Family Law; Family Law; Child Support Guidelines, Spousal Support Advisory Guidelines, Challenge of spousal support, Legislative framework|
|Conor O'Mahony,Caroline Shore, Kenneth Burns, Aisling Parkes
|| ||Child Care Proceedings in the District Court: What Do We Really Know?
||(2012) 15 (2) IJFL 49
|Family Law; Child care system, Child Care Act 1991, Administration of justice, Child participation, |
|Rebecca M.M. Wallace, Fraser A.W. Janeczko
|| ||E (Children) (FC): the UK Supreme Court Sets the Record Straight
||(2012) 15 (1) IJFL 11
|Family Law; International child abduction, Neulinger and Shuruk v Switzerland, Defence against returning a child, Hague Convention, Article 13(b) Best interest of the child, ECHR, Protective Measures, |
|| ||European Family Law: The Beginning of the End for “Proper” Provision?
||(2012) 15 (2) IJFL 31
|Family Law; Marital breakdown, Brussels IIbis and the Maintenance Regulation, Enforcement, Rome III, Marital status, Law harmonisation, Rome IV, Division of property at marital breakdown, |
|| ||Family Law Applications in the District Court: A Practitioner's Guide
||(2012) 15 (3) IFLJ 78
|Family Law; Oral testimony, Cross Examination, Order 59 Rule 4 of the Circuit Court Rules, Case Progression, Guardianship of Infants Act 1964, Custody and Access, Maintenance|
|Simone McCaughren, Aisling Parkes
|| ||Ireland and the Global Landscape of Adoption: The Adoption Act 2010—A Missed Opportunity?
||(2012) 15 (1) IJFL 3
|Family Law; Irish intercountry adoption law, Hague Convention, UN Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989, Bilateral agreements, Reasonable Fees, Child's best interest changing with age, Same-sex adoptions|
|| ||Recognising the Modern Family: Extending Legislative Guardianship Rights in Ireland
||(2012) 15 (2) IJFL 39
|Family Law; Legal Guardian, Guardianship of Infants Act 1964, Constitutional family rights, Right of family, Step-parents, Current framework, Same-sex couples, Parents neglecting care of a child, Reform|
|| ||Same-Sex Marriage in Ireland: The Rocky Road to Recognition
||(2012) 15 (4) IJFL 102
|Family Law; Zappone and Gilligan v Revenue Commissioners, s.2(2)(e) of the Civil Registration Act 2004, section 5(1) Civil Partnership and Certain Rights and Obligations of Cohabitants Act 2010, Article 12 ECHR, Constitutional Convention|
|Rebecca M.M. Wallace, Karen Wylie
|| ||The Case of BH: The Best Interests of the Child: Primary But Not Paramount
||(2012) 15 (3) IJFL 71
|Family Law; BH  UKSC 24, Human Rights Act 1998, Article 8 ECHR, Extradition Act 2003, Proportionality, |
|| ||The Children's Referendum is a Game-Changer for Children's Rights in Ireland
||(2012) 15 (4) IJFL 95
|Family Law; 31st Amendment of the Constitution, McCrystal v Minister for Children of Youth Affairs and Ors, Referendum Petition, Article 42A, principle of proportionality, Adoption (Amendment) Act 2012, Need for Legislation|
|| ||The In Camera Rule: A Barrier to to Transparency or a Necessity in Irish Family Law?
||(2012) 15 (3) IJFL 59
|Family Law; Section 40(3) of the Civil Liability and Courts Act 2004, Privacy, Article 34.1 of the Constitution, Law Reform Commission Report on Family Courts, McKenzie Friend, Father's Rights, Family courts in the UK, New Zeland and Australia, Carol Coulter Family L|