English Law and policy on enforcement methods of Contact Orders on implacably hostile parents can learn a lot from Canadian enforcement methods

The title can be altered. The specification is that it must be a comparison and must use original data and research sources. I do not need to conduct my own empirical research but I do need to use a vast amount of existing research in an  original comparison and analysis I need to compare and contrast Canadian research and statistics and hopefully suggest that somewhere like Manitoba where they have enforcement Officers who physically pick up the child and escort them to the other parents works better. Maybe the statistics and research will show that it doesn t.

Either way I need to conduct a good comparison of the law in certain regions of Canada to England with view to having something solid to say in terms of an improvement/reform of English law. The category of parent that I am discussing needs to be spelt out as I can t generalise as I can t assume that one particular method/reform would work for all parents who deny contact to the non resident parent. That s why I have chosen Implacably hostile& .it does not have to be this category, but a category will need to be nailed down.

It will need to be split up into chapters and formatted in the same way as standard UK Masters dissertations. It will obviously have to have a good masters level explanation of the current laws of contact in England, its faults, weaknesses i.e., it doesn t work!! And also the chosen parts of Canada (explaining why the whole of Canada does not have universal law and policy)



There is a lot of room to alter the title and thus contents as long as it produces an international comparison of some sort and it rooted in the theme of contact orders.



This is an LLM Law dissertation-so needs to be grounded in law.

The number of sources-is an estimate-I am more concerned with the quality of the dissertation, I imagine that the writer will need to consult at least 70 sources but I dont necessarily invisage them all forming the major part of the writing-more for referencing purposes.