AdoptionFamily and domestic violenceSame-sex relationshipsMarriageSurrogacyCare and protectionSame-sex couples and adoptionSame-sex couples and marriageChildren and same-sex parents v same-sex non parentsDe facto relationshipsChild support
Application of JGP & ASP: Re AJPApplication of F & T: child AWilson & another and Brown & anotherKreet & SampirAP v RDR v ThomasWilliam and Jane ReTalbot & NormanBeck & another v Whitby and anotherRe Jamie 2011 - special medical procedureAA v Registrar of Births Deaths and MarriagesRe: BernadetteRe: TraceyDirector-General, Department of Community Services, Re: ThomasBaby D (No 2)Stirling & DobsonLewis & WackettFalconio and ConchitaMRR v GRCollu and RinalduKostres and KostresR v BW & SW (No 3)Keisha Abrahams - R v AbrahamsRe Jamie 2013- Appeal decision - special medical procedureNSW Register of Births Deaths & Marriages - gender "non-specific"
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This guide takes you to key eresources, books, information, legislation, court cases and media reports from newspapers and legal journals relevant for Family: HSC Legal Studies. You will need to sign up for a Library card to use many of the resources.

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Colonial family portrait, ca. 1860s / watercolour by  R. Grindell. Digital order No a128870

 

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