Domestic abuse

Burton, M. (2009). ‘Civil law remedies for domestic violence: why are applications for non-molestation orders declining?’. 31 Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law 109.

Choudhry, S. and Herring, J. (2006).‘Righting Domestic Violence’.International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family 20: 95.

Domestic Abuse Bill 2019 Part 1, Chapter 3, with Explanatory Notes to Domestic Abuse Bill 2019 (re Part 1, Chapter 3), available at https://services.parliament.uk/Bills/2017-19/domesticabuse/documents.html

Factsheet on DAPN/DAPO under the 2019 Bill, available at https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/817440/Factsheet_-_DAPN.FINAL.pdf

Hoyle, C. and Sanders, A. (2000).‘Police Response to Domestic Violence: From Victim Choice to Victim Empowerment’.British Journal of Criminology 40: 14.

Kaganas, F. (1999a). ‘B v B (Occupation Order) and Chalmers v Johns: Occupation orders under the Family Law Act 1996’. Child and Family Law Quarterly 11: 193.

Maclean, M. (2013). ‘Assessing the impact of legislating for diversity: the Forced Marriage (Civil Protection) Act 2007’, in M Maclean and J Eekelaar (eds), Managing Family Justice in Diverse Societies. Oxford: Hart.

Pearce, N. and Gill, A. (2012). ‘Criminalising forced marriage through stand-alone legislation – will it work?’ Family Law 42: 534.

Reece, H. (2006). ‘The End of Domestic Violence’.Modern Law Review 69: 770.