Brill Research Perspectives in Family Law in a Global Society

Taking a national, comparative, or international perspective, Brill Research Perspectives in Family Law in a Global Society publishes long review articles addressing specific issues found in case law and statutory law that have an impact on the formation, maintenance, and termination of family relationships. At a time when family law has undergone a major transformation in most of the countries in the world, this publication fulfills the function of providing academics, practitioners, and policy-makers worldwide with information regarding the changes that have occurred and the approaches being taken in specific countries toward particular family law doctrines.

As more and more individuals move from one country to the next either by choice or by necessity and form new family relationships with persons from other countries and cultures, there is a need for an understanding of the possible conflicts in family law that will govern their new relationships. This publication meets that need.

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The editor of Brill Research Perspectives in Family Law in a Global Society invites proposals for review articles fitting the scope of the journal. More information on the general scope of the Brill Research Perspectives line of journals can be found here. Proposals may be sent to Irene van Rossum at Brill or to the Editor-in-Chief.

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Editorial Board

Editor-in-Chief:
Sanford N. Katz, Boston College

Associate Editors:
Masha Antokolskaia, VU University Amsterdam
Bill Atkin, Victoria University of Wellington
Ursula C. Basset, Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina
Linda Elrod, Washburn University School of Law
Ann Laquer Estin, The University of Iowa College of Law
Jonathan Herring, Exeter College, University of Oxford
Robin Fretwell Wilson, University of Illinois College of Law
Jinsu Yune, Seoul National University School of Law

Biographical Note

Sanford N. Katz, the inaugural holder of the Darald and Juliet Libby Millennium Professorship at Boston College Law School, now holds the chair as an Emeritus Professor. He was educated at Boston University, the University of Chicago, and Yale. He served as Associate at Clare Hall, University of Cambridge and as a Visiting Fellow at All Souls College and Pembroke College, University of Oxford. Professor Katz is the former Chairman of the Family Law Section of the American Bar Association and former President of the International Society of Family Law. He now serves on the Society’s Executive Committee. For thirteen years, he served as Editor-in-Chief of the Family Law Quarterly, published by the American Bar Association. He has received Distinguished Service Awards from the American Bar Association, the International Society of Family Law, and Boston College Law School. Professor Katz is the author, co-author, or editor of twelve books and over forty-five scholarly articles and reviews. His latest book is Family Law in America 2d edition (OUP 2014).