Family Law in the Twenty-First Century: An Annotated Bibliography
21 J. Amer. Acad. Matrim. Law. 271 (2008)
94 Pages Posted: 6 Jul 2015
Date Written: June 17, 2007
The twenty-first century will bring, among other things, an explosion of technology (in domains ranging from electronic to reproductive), greater personal mobility, and an aging population. Thus, this bibliography emphasizes cutting edge issues in areas as wide-ranging as elder law, electronic discovery, changes in the legal profession (such as internet advertising and provision of legal services), multidisciplinary and multijurisdictional practice, and the new world of reproductive technologies. This bibliography covers law review articles, A.L.R. entries, and some web articles published after 2002, with an emphasis on those in more recent years. The bibliography for the first time expands to include some prominent internet web sites in various topical areas. Articles for which the title is self-explanatory or that concern only a single case, state, or statute are cited, but not annotated.
Keywords: family law; elder law; electronic discovery; legal profession; multijurisdictional practice; reproductive technology; custody; visitation; domestic violence; same-sex marriage
JEL Classification: J12; J13; J14; J15; J16; K10; K19
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