Goldman School of Public Policy - University of California, Berkeley

Comprehensive Bibliography

Bibliography

Uncategorized
Access Rights Under The Hague Convention
Critiques and Analyses of the Hague Convention
Custody Issues in International Abduction Cases
Defenses Under the Hague Convention
Domestic Violence and the Hague Convention
The Hague Convention: An Overview
The Hague Convention and Other Child Abduction Statutes and Laws
Human Rights Issues
International Adoption
International Child Abduction
Non-Signatory States and the Hague Convention
Practical Application of the Hague Convention
Returns Under the Hague Convention


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Aiyar, Smita. 2007. International Child Abductions Involving Non-Hague Convention States: The Need for a Uniform Approach. 21 Emory Int’l L. Rev. 277.

Lowe, Nigel and Horosova, Katarina 2007. The Operation of the 1980 Hague Abduction Convention – a Global View. 41 Fam.LQ 59.

Morley, Jeremy D., 2007. The Future of the Grave Risk of Harm Defense in Hague International Child Abduction Cases. The Matrimonial Strategist.

Tier, Jennifer S. 2007. Domestic Violence Harms the Child! The Seventh Circuit Puts Children First in International Custody Disputes. 2 Seventh Circuit Rev. 704.

>Wills, Melissa S. 2006. Interpreting the Hague Convention on International Child Abduction: Why American Courts Need to Reconcile the Rights of Non-Custodial Parents, the Best Interests of Abducted Children, and the Underlying Objectives of the Hague Convention. Review of Litigation.

Freeman, Marilyn. 2003. The Outcomes For Children Returned Following An Abduction.

Hammer, Nancy, 2003. The Myths and Truths of Family Abduction.

Hoegger, Roxanne. 2003. Title What If She Leaves? Domestic Violence Cases Under the Hague Convention and the Insufficiency of the Undertakings Remedy. 18 BERKELEY WOMEN'S LAW JOURNAL, 181-201.

Weiner, Merle H. 2003. The Potential and Challenges of Transnational Litigation for Feminists Concerned About Domestic Violence Here and Abroad. Journal of Gender, Social Policy and the Law vol 11:2.

Bowie, Krista M. 2001. International Application and Interpretation of the Convention On The Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction.

Kay, The Honorable. [no date] THE HAGUE CONVENTION – ORDER OR CHAOS? An update on a paper first delivered to a Family Law Conference in Adelaide in 1994.

No Author. [no date] The Article 13(b) “Grave Risk of Harm” Exception of the Hague Convention on International Child Abduction: Its Application in a World of Terrorist Threats, Infectious Diseases and Civil Unrest.

Sobal, Barbara Bevando; Hilton, William M. 2002. Article 13(b) of the Hague Convention Treaty: Does It Create a Loophole for Parental Alienation Syndrome – an Insidious Abduction? GP Solo 19 (5): 16-2.

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Access Rights Under The Hague Convention

Description: List of bibliographies regarding access to the Hague Convention

Huynh, Deborah M. 2001. Can rights of access ever merit a remedy of return under the Hague Abduction Convention? North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation 26 (2): 529-557.

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Critiques and Analyses of the Hague Convention

Description: List of bibliographies ranging from an overall analysis of the Hague Convention to a more in-depth look at the psychological effects on the parties involved in the cases. This list includes critiques, analyses, discussions, and reviews of the Hague Convention.

Leto, Marisa. 2002. Whose best interest? International child abduction under the Hague Convention. Chicago Journal of International Law 3 (1): 247-254.

Weiner, Merle H. 2002. Navigating the road between uniformity and progress: the need for purposive analysis of the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction. Columbia Human Rights Law Review 33 (2): 275-362.

Sandor, Danny. 2001. Review of the Hague Child Abduction Convention: protecting both children and adults until and upon return? Australian Journal of Family Law 15 (2): 80- 89

Nelson, Sharon C. 2001. Turning our backs on the children: duplications of recent decisions regarding the Hague Convention on International Child Abduction. University of Illinois Law Review 2001 (2): 669-693.

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Custody Issues in International Abduction Cases

Description: List of bibliographies touching upon the international battle over custody, discussing parental rights as well as the best interests of the children. The list focuses on cases involving the Hague Convention.

Garmisa, Steven P. 2003. Veto on changing child's residence not 'custody' under kidnapping treaty. Chicago Daily Law Bulletin 149 (9): 1.

Bailey-Harris, Rebecca. 2002. Re S. Abduction: Custody Rights. Family Law 32: 733-735.

Ruge, Thomas R. 2002. International child custody disputes and the Hague Convention. Res Gestae 46 (4): 28-33.

Di Guglielmo, Caroline T. 2002. Provisionally permanent? Keeping temporary custody orders temporary under the Hague Convention on International Child Abduction. University of Pennsylvania Law Review 151(2): 619-666.

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Defenses Under the Hague Convention

Description: List of bibliographies addressing the defenses under the Hague Convention, including acquiescence, grave risk, habitual residence, psychological harm, and wrongful removal.

Morgan, Laura W. 2002. "Grave risk of harm" under Article 13(b) of the Hague Convention on International Child Abduction: what constitutes a war? Divorce Litigation 14 (7): 133- 136.

Sobal, Barbara Bevando; Hilton, William M. 2002. Article 13(b) of the Hague Convention treaty: does it create a loophole for parental alienation syndrome? GP Solo 19 (5): 16-2.

Brandes, Joel R. 2001. The Hague Convention's psychological harm defense. New York Law Journal, January 30, 225 (20): 3.

Nelson, Carrie. 2001. Recent United States' interpretation of article 13(b) of the Hague International Child Abduction Convention: we're on the right road. Temple International and Comparative Law Journal 15 (2): 297-311.

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Domestic Violence and the Hague Convention

Description: List of bibliographies discussing the emerging issue of the effect that domestic violence has on international child abduction, as well as analyzing the Hague Convention’s ability to address domestic violence.

Hamblett, Mark. 2001. Chance of trauma keeps French children in US: Mother left France over spouse's abuse. New York Law Journal, January 5, 225(4): 1.

Hart, Barbara J. 2001. Children of Domestic Violence: Risks and Remedies. www.casanet.org/library/domestic-abuse/risks-remedies.htm#Observation%20of%20violence%20%against%mothers (accessed November 4, 2004).

Stark, Barbara. Symposium on Integrating Responses to Domestic Violence: Domestic Violence and International Law: Good-Bye Earl. 47 Loy. L. Rev. 255 (2001).

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The Hague Convention: An Overview

Description: List of bibliographies providing overall summaries of the Hague Convention. Also, there are several articles listed herein that discuss a wide variety of issues, such as legislative reform, progress reports, and gender politics.

Nakdai, Lisa. 2002. It's 10 P.M., do you know where your children are? The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction. Family Court Review 40 (2): 251-264.

Johnson, Shannon Upton. 2002. The Hague Convention: international parental child abduction is a reality. Bench & Bar 66 (6): 14-18.

McClean, David. 2002. The Hague Convention on International Child Abduction. International and Comparative Law Quarterly 51 (1): 188-189.

Turack, Daniel C. 2002. The Hague Convention of International Child Abduction. Capital University Law Review 30 (4): 765-767.

United States. Hague Convention on International Child Abduction applicable law and institutional framework within certain convention countries : a report to the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate by the Law Library of Congress, One Hundred Sixth Congress, Second Session. 2001.

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The Hague Convention and Other Child Abduction Statutes and Laws

Description: List of bibliographies comparing and contrasting the Hague Convention with other child abduction statutes, such as the Children Act, the Family Law Reform Act, the International Child Abduction Remedies Act, and several others.

Silberman, Linda. 2003. Patching up the abduction convention: a call for a new international protocol and a suggestion for amendments to ICARA. Texas International Law Journal 38 (1): 41-61.

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Human Rights Issues
[see archive]

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International Adoption
[see archive]

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International Child Abduction

Description: List of bibliographies ranging from overviews of the legal aspects of international child abduction to discussion of specific international child abduction cases.

Bailey-Harris, Rebecca. 2002. Re S. Abduction: Custody Rights. Family Law 32: 733-735.

Bridge, Caroline. 2002. Re H (Abduction: Child’s objections to return). Family Law 32: 876- 877.

United States, Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Programs. A law enforcement guide on international parental kidnapping: report. 2002.

Bureau of Consular Affairs, US State Department. 2001. International Parental Child Abduction.(access January 20, 2011)

Crouch, Richard E. 2001. An intricate maze of child-snatching statutes. Family Advocate 23 (4): 29-34.

Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. 2002. A Family Resource Guide on International Parental Kidnapping. (accessed January 20, 2011).

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Non-Signatory States and the Hague Convention

Description: List of bibliographies addressing the relationship between the Hague Convention and Non-Signatory States.

Bates, Frank. 2002. Child abduction and non-convention countries: A comparative analysis of England and Australia. Caribbean Law Review 10 (2): 189-223.

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Practical Application of the Hague Convention

Description: List of bibliographies aimed at guiding practitioners and laypeople through the process of handing Hague Convention cases. There are also several bibliographies that discuss the overall enforcement, practice, interpretation, and application of the Hague Convention.

Morgan, Laura W. 2001. Recent cases interpreting the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction. Divorce Litigation 13 (7) 121-126.

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Returns Under the Hague Convention

Description: List of bibliographies addressing the ability to obtain an order for return and the possible outcomes of requests for return.

Huynh, Deborah M. 2001. Can rights of access ever merit a remedy of return under the Hague Abduction Convention? North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation 26 (2): 529-557.

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