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2019Accommodating violence in the family courtsKaye, M
2017-01-01Complementary health practitioners disciplined for misconduct in Australia 2010-2016Millbank, J; Kaye, M; Stuhmcke, A; Sibbritt, D; Karpin, I; Wardle, J
2003Domestic Violence and Child Contact ArrangementsKaye, M; Stubbs, J; Tolmie, J
2003Domestic Violence, Separation and Parenting: Negotiating Safety Using Legal ProcessesKaye, M; Stubbs, J; Tolmie, J
2016-08-01The failure of contemporary law and regulation to keep pace with growing complementary medicine (CM) use: The significance of examining ‘hidden’ gaps in Australia's current regulatory and legislative infrastructureSibbritt, D; Millbank, J; Stuhmcke, A; Kaye, M; Karpin, I; Wardle, J
2019-09-01Family violence, cross-examination and selfrepresented parties in the courtroom: The differences, gaps and deficienciesBooth, T; Kaye, M; Wangmann, J
2018-04-01How are complementary health professions regulated in Australia? An examination of complementary health professions in the national registration and accreditation schemeSibbritt, D; Kaye, M; Millbank, J; Stuhmcke, A; Wardle, J; Karpin, I
2019-06-24The increasing demands on the role of children's lawyers in family law proceedings in AustraliaKaye, M
2017-12-15Preventing personal cross-examination of parties in Family Law proceedings involving family violenceKaye, M; Wangmann, J; Booth, T
2017-12-15Preventing personal cross-examination of parties in Family Law proceedings involving family violenceKaye, M; Wangmann, J; Booth, T
2019-09-20We don’t need another inquiry into family law – we need actionKaye, M; Wangmann, J