Publications: Young, Lisa
Cook, K., McKenzie, H., Natalier, K and Young, L. (2015) Institutional processes and the production of gender inequalities: The case of Australian child support research and administration. Critical Social Policy, 35 (4). pp. 512-534.
Young, L. (2013) Review of Ideas and Debates in Family Law by Rob George (Book Review). Australian Journal of Family Law, 27 . pp. 100-104.
Young, L. and Ryrstedt, E. (2013) The child and the Judge: Reflections on the voice of the child in Australian family court parenting disputes. Journal of Family Law and Practice, 3 (1). pp. 19-28.
Young, L. (2011) Resolving relocation disputes: The 'interventionist' approach in Australia. Child and Family Law Quarterly, 23 (2). pp. 203-225.
Summerfield, T., Young, L., Harman, J. and Flatau, P. (2010) Child support and Welfare to work reforms: The economic consequences for single-parent families. Family Matters, 84 . pp. 68-78.
Young, L. and Wikeley, N. (2008) Secrets and lies: No deceit down under for paternity fraud. Child and Family Law Quarterly, 20 (1). pp. 81-94.
Young, L. (2006) Family law: Is it laws or families that need reforming? Developing Practice: The Child Youth and Family Work Journal, 15 . pp. 5-7.
Banks, C., Batagol, B., Carson, R., Fehlberg, B., Harrison, M., Hunter, R., Kaspiew, R., Maclean, M., Rathus, Z., Rhoades, H., Sheehan, G. and Young, L. (2005) Review of exposure draft of the Family Law Amendment (Shared Parental Responsibility) Bill 2005. Australian Journal of Family Law, 19 (2). pp. 79-93.
Young, L. (1998) Child sexual abuse allegations in the Family Court of Western Australia: An old light on an old problem. Sister in Law, 3 . pp. 98-121.
Young, L. (1996) Parenting disputes under the Family Law Act 1975: The new regime. Sister in Law, 1 . pp. 93-103.
Young, L. (2012) Child protection and family law: The Australian experience. In: Sheehan, R., Rhoades, H. and Stanley, N., (eds.) Vulnerable Children and The Law: International Evidence for Improving Child Welfare, Child Protection and Children's Rights. Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London, pp. 269-282.