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Curricular Interest Area: Family and Children Law

Family law is the law regulating family relationships, including marriage, divorce and cohabitation, the legal treatment of children (e.g., custody, child support and child welfare), surrogacy and other legal issues surrounding reproduction and sexuality, and constitutional issues relating to parental rights, family privacy, sexual freedom and children's rights. Family law overlaps with aspects of children and law, which is the law that deals with the actions and well-being of persons who are minors. These include issues in education, child welfare, juvenile justice, constitutional law and related areas.Read more on other areas of curricular interest »

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