Children’s Rights to Representation: A Comparison Between Sweden and EnglandInternational Journal of Law, Policy and the Family (2008)
AbstractIn both England and in Sweden, the approach to a child's right to representation differs between public law cases and private law cases regarding legal custody/parental responsibility, residence or contact. This article discusses the basis for this distinction, and how far it accords with the best interests of the child.
- child protection,
- administrative procedure,
- child law
Citation InformationTitti Mattsson and Eva Ryrstedt. "Children’s Rights to Representation: A Comparison Between Sweden and England" International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family Vol. 22 Iss. 1 (2008)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/titti_mattsson/1/