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2022Addressing the problem of direct cross-examination in Australian family law proceedingsWangmann, Jane; Booth, Tracey; Kaye, MirandaJournal Article 
2003Domestic violence and child contact arrangementsStubbs, Julie; Kaye, Miranda; Tolmie, JuliaJournal Article 
2003Domestic violence, separation and parenting : negotiating safety using legal processesStubbs, Julie; Tolmie, Julia; Kaye, MirandaJournal Article 
2022Family violence and family law property division: How can the system be improved?Kaye, MirandaJournal Article 
Issue-423-Booth-Kaye-and-Wangmann-14.pdf.jpg2019Family Violence, Cross-Examination and Self-Represented Parties in the Courtroom: The Differences, Gaps and DeficienciesKaye, Miranda; Booth, Tracey; Wangmann, JaneReport 
1998'Lollies at a children's party' and other myths: violence, protection orders and fathers' rights groupsTolmie, Julia; Kaye, MirandaJournal Article 
2003Negotiating child residence and contact arrangements against a background of domestic violenceWorking Paper SeriesKaye, Miranda; Tolmie, Julia; Stubbs, JulieReport 
2000New South Wales protection order legislationKaye, MirandaJournal Article 
2023Redressing the balance: How Australia’s approach under the Hague Abduction Convention is still endangering victims of domestic violenceKaye, Miranda; Gray, AnnabelleJournal Article 
2003Section 68T Family Law Act 1975 magistrates' powers to alter Family Court contact orders when making or varying ADVOsKaye, MirandaJournal Article 
2022The university teaching of family lawKaye, Miranda; Jones, JackieJournal Article 
2023What is ‘good’ domestic violence lawyering?: views from specialist legal services in AustraliaBatagol, Becky; Douglas, Heather; Wangmann, Jane; Bartlett, Francesca; Booth, Tracey; Seear, Kate; Kaye, MirandaJournal Article