Same-Sex Relationships: From 'Odious Crime' to 'Gay Marriage' (Clarendon Law Lectures)

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9780199297733: Same-Sex Relationships: From 'Odious Crime' to 'Gay Marriage' (Clarendon Law Lectures)

This book is based on the Clarendon Lectures in Law given in October 2005. The book deals with the remarkable change in society's attitude to homosexuality since the 1960's, and the 2005 Civil Partnership Act, which creates a framework in which same-sex couples can have their relationship legally recognised in much the same way as heterosexual marriage. It examines questions such as what are the essentials of the civil partnership relationship? Do civil partnerships really provide for a 'gay marriage', and if not, will they satisfy the demands for equality increasingly being made by the gay community?

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Stephen Cretney is one of the country's foremost academic lawyers. He also has wide experience of legal practice (he is a Solicitor who practised in the City of London) and of the practical business of law reform (he was a Law Commissioner). He has wide experience of lecturing in this country and abroad, not only to judges and other lawyers, and to students, but also to the general public. His scholarly books have been widely admired for their combination of detailed scholarship, deep analysis, readability - and humour. Formerly a Senior Research Fellow of All Souls College Oxford he is now an Emeritus Fellow of All Souls. He is a Queen's Counsel honoris causa and a Fellow of the British Academy.

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`Once again we are all indebted to Stephen Cretney...Same Sex Relationships...will be of great interest to all family lawyers who wish to see beyond the minutiae of today's judgment or tomorrow's brief...a stimulating and provocative book whch we would all do well to read - and to ponder.'
The Hon Justice Munby, Family Law, October 2006

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