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Publications for Judy Cashmore

Publications for Judy Cashmore

2021

Conley Wright, A., Luu, B., Cashmore, J. (2021). Adoption in Australia: Past, present and considerations for the future. Australian Law Journal, 95, 67-80.



2020

Cashmore, J., Taylor, A., Parkinson, P. (2020). Fourteen-year Trends in the Criminal Justice Response to Child Sexual Abuse Reports in New South Wales. Child Maltreatment, 25(1), 85-95. [More Information]

Luu, B., Conley Wright, A., Cashmore, J. (2020). Sibling networks of children adopted from out-of-home care in New South Wales, Australia. Children and Youth Services Review, 119, 1-10. [More Information]

Hodgson, N., Cashmore, J., Cowdery, N., Goodman-Delahunty, J., Martschuk, N., Parkinson, P., Powell, M., Shackel, R. (2020). The Decision to Prosecute: A Comparative Analysis of Australian Prosecutorial Guidelines. Criminal Law Journal, 44, 155-172.

Tobin, J., Cashmore, J. (2020). Thirty years of the CRC: Child protection progress, challenges and opportunities. Child Abuse and Neglect, 110, 104436. [More Information]

2019

Tobin, J., Cashmore, J. (2019). Article 19: The Right to Protection against All Forms of Violence. In John Tobin (Eds.), The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child: A Commentary, (pp. 687-724). Oxford: Oxford University Press. [More Information]

Tobin, J., Cashmore, J. (2019). Article 9: The Right Not to Be Separated from Parents. In John Tobin (Eds.), The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child: A Commentary, (pp. 307-342). Oxford: Oxford University Press. [More Information]

Parkinson, P., Cashmore, J. (2019). Children's Participation in Decisions about Parenting Arrangements. In James G. Dwyer (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Children and the Law, (pp. 1-23). Oxford: Oxford University Press. [More Information]

Luu, B., Conley Wright, A., Cashmore, J. (2019). Contact and adoption plans for children adopted from out-of-home care in New South Wales. Australian Social Work, 72(4), 404-418. [More Information]

2018

Cashmore, J., Shackel, R. (2018). Evaluation of the Child Sexual Offence Evidence Pilot: Final Outcome Evaluation Report, (pp. 1 - 133). Sydney, Australia: Victims Services, NSW Department of Justice.

Parkinson, P., Cashmore, J. (2018). Relocation and the indissolubility of parenthood. Journal of Child Custody, 15(1), 76-92. [More Information]

Cashmore, J., Parkinson, P., Taylor, A. (2018). Trends in Prosecutions for Child Sexual Abuse in South Australia 1992-2012. Adelaide Law Review, 39(1), 99-123.



2017

Parkinson, P., Cashmore, J. (2017). Assessing the different dimensions and degrees of risk of child sexual abuse in institutions, (pp. 5 - 110). Sydney, Australia: Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.

Cashmore, J., Horsfall, B. (2017). Child Maltreatment. In Lisa Young, Mary Anne Kenny, Geoffrey Monahan (Eds.), Children and the Law in Australia - 2nd Edition, (pp. 103-131). Sydney: LexisNexis Butterworths.

Cashmore, J. (2017). Child Protection and Out-of-Home Care. In Rebekah Grace, Kerry Hodge, Catherine McMahon (Eds.), Children, Families and Communities - 5th Edition, (pp. 269-291). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Cashmore, J. (2017). Child Witnesses. In Lisa Young, Mary Anne Kenny, Geoffrey Monahan (Eds.), Children and the Law in Australia - 2nd Edition, (pp. 563-586). Sydney: LexisNexis Butterworths.

Grace, R., Cashmore, J., Scott, D., Hayes, A. (2017). Effective Policy to Support Children, Families and Communities. In Rebekah Grace, Kerry Hodge, Catherine McMahon (Eds.), Children, Families and Communities - 5th Edition, (pp. 358-382). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Cashmore, J., Katz, I., Shackel, R., Valentine, K. (2017). Evaluation of the Child Sexual Offence Evidence Pilot: Process Evaluation Report, (pp. 1 - 11). Sydney, Australia: Social Policy Research Centre: University of NSW.

Cashmore, J., Taylor, A., Parkinson, P. (2017). The characteristics of reports to the police of child sexual abuse and the likelihood of cases proceeding to prosecution after delays in reporting. Child Abuse and Neglect, 74, 49-61. [More Information]



2016

Cashmore, J. (2016). 'Best Interests' in Care Proceedings: Law, Policy and Practice. In Elaine E. Sutherland and Lesley-Anne Barnes Macfarlane (Eds.), Implementing Article 3 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child: Best Interests, Welfare and Well-being, (pp. 326-340). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [More Information]

Ross, N., Cashmore, J. (2016). Adoption reforms New South Wales style: A comparative look. Australian Journal of Family Law, 30(1), 51-75.

Cashmore, J., Parkinson, P. (2016). Children's 'wishes and feelings' in relocation disputes. Child and Family Law Quarterly, 28(2), 151-174.

Cashmore, J., Libesman, T. (2016). FactCheck Q&A: are Indigenous children ten times more likely to be living in out-of-home care? The Conversation. [More Information]

Parkinson, P., Taylor, N., Cashmore, J., Austin, W. (2016). Relocation, Research, and Child Custody Disputes. In Leslie Drozd, Michael Saini and Nancy Olesen (Eds.), Parenting Plan Evaluations: Applied Research for the Family Court - Second Edition, (pp. 431-459). New York: Oxford University Press. [More Information]

Cashmore, J., Taylor, A., Shackel, R., Parkinson, P. (2016). The Impact of Delayed Reporting on the Prosecution and Outcomes of Child Sexual Abuse Cases, August 2016, (pp. 1 - 309). Sydney, Australia: Commonwealth of Australia. [More Information]

2015

Cashmore, J. (2015). 'Best interests' in Care Proceedings - Law, Policy and Practice. Third Annual Colloquium on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child Implementation Project (the 'CRC-IP') 2015: Doing the 'Best' for Children and Young People? Best Interests, Welfare and Well-Being, Edinburgh, Scotland: Presentation.

Cashmore, J. (2015). Applying 'Best interests' in Child protection matters - Law, Policy and Practice. Family and Children's Court - Vietnam 2015, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam: Presentation.

Cashmore, J., Mendes, P. (2015). Children and Young People Leaving Care. In Anne B. Smith (Eds.), Enhancing Children's Rights: Connecting Research, Policy and Practice, (pp. 140-150). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [More Information]

Cashmore, J., Parkinson, P. (2015). Children's perspective of relocation disputes. Commonwealth and Common Law International Family Justice Conference 2015, Coogee, NSW: Presentation.

Cashmore, J. (2015). Making Decisions in Children's Matters: The role of children's views. Seen and Heard: Children and the Courts - Australian National University (ANU) / National Judicial College of Australia (NJCA) Joint Conference 2015, Canberra, ACT: Presentation.

Graham, A., Fitzgerald, R., Cashmore, J. (2015). Professionals' Conceptions of Children, Childhood and Participation in an Australian Family Relationship Services Sector Organization. In Tali Gal, Benedetta Faedi Duramy (Eds.), International Perspectives and Empirical Findings on Child Participation: From Social Exclusion to Child-Inclusive Policies, (pp. 257-280). New York: Oxford University Press. [More Information]

Parkinson, P., Cashmore, J. (2015). Reforming Relocation Law: A Reply to Prof. Thompson. Family Court Review: an interdisciplinary journal, 53(1), 56-65. [More Information]

Parkinson, P., Cashmore, J. (2015). Reforming Relocation Law: An Evidence-Based Approach. Family Court Review: an interdisciplinary journal, 53(1), 23-39. [More Information]

Cashmore, J. (2015). The role of social science evidence and children's views. Children and the law: children's representation and their voice in the legal system - Sydney Institute of Criminology, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.

Cashmore, J., Shackel, R. (2015). Understanding the effects of child sexual abuse and managing prosecutions. Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Lawyers Conference 2015, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.

Cashmore, J. (2015). Vulnerable Children - Research, Policy and Practice. Research Symposium in Honour of Emeritus Professor Jacqueline Goodnow 2015: Macquarie University, North Ryde, NSW: Presentation.



2014

Ross, N., Cashmore, J. (2014). A comparative look at the adoption reforms in New South Wales. The Association of Children's Welfare Agencies (ACWA) Conference 2014 - Children in a Changing World: Challenges for Families and Communities, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.

Cashmore, J., Shackel, R. (2014). A Social Justice Focus on Historical and Institutional Child Sexual Abuse. Sydney Social Justice Network Inaugural Conference 2014, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.

McWilliams, K., Augusti, E., Dion, J., Block, S., Melinder, A., Cashmore, J., Goodman, G. (2014). Children as Witnesses. In Gary Melton, Asher Ben-Arieh, Judith Cashmore, Gail S.Goodman, Natalie K. Worley (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Child Research, (pp. 285-299). Los Angeles, USA: Sage Publications. [More Information]

Cashmore, J. (2014). Children in Exceptional Circumstances. In Gary Melton, Asher Ben-Arieh, Judith Cashmore, Gail S.Goodman, Natalie K. Worley (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Child Research, (pp. 197-207). Los Angeles, USA: Sage Publications. [More Information]

Cashmore, J. (2014). Children in the out-of-home care system. In Alan Hayes, Daryl Higgins (Eds.), Families, policy and the law: Selected essays on contemporary issues for Australia, (pp. 143-150). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies. [More Information]

Cashmore, J. (2014). Children Living Away from Home. In Gary Melton, Asher Ben-Arieh, Judith Cashmore, Gail S.Goodman, Natalie K. Worley (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Child Research, (pp. 316-338). Los Angeles, USA: Sage Publications. [More Information]

Cashmore, J., Shackel, R. (2014). Current Issues in Criminal Justice: Responding to Historical Child Sexual Abuse. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 26(1).

Cashmore, J., Shackel, R. (2014). Gender Differences in the Context and Consequences of Child Sexual Abuse. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 26(1), 75-104.

Cashmore, J., Shackel, R. (2014). Introduction: Responding to Historical Child Sexual Abuse and the Needs of Survivors. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 26(1), 1-4.

Cashmore, J. (2014). Making decisions in children's matters: The role of social science evidence and children's views. Annual Leneen Forde Public Address 2014: The Child Protection Practitioners Association of Queensland (CPPAQ), Brisbane, Qld: Presentation.

Cashmore, J. (2014). Managing Child Witnesses. Local Court of NSW Magistrates' Orientation Program 2014, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.

Cashmore, J. (2014). Post-separation Parenting Arrangements with a Focus on Young Children. College of Law 2014, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.

Melton, G., Ben-Arieh, A., Cashmore, J., Goodman, G., Worley, N. (2014). The SAGE Handbook of Child Research. Los Angeles, USA: Sage Publications.

Cashmore, J., Parkinson, P. (2014). The Use and Abuse of Social Science Research Evidence in Children's Cases. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 20(3), 239-250. [More Information]

Cashmore, J. (2014). Understanding the long-term impact of child sexual assault on men and their relationships. International Men's Health Symposium 2014 - Improving Responses to Men Sexually Abused in Childhood: Confronting the Complexity, Brisbane, Qld: Presentation.

Cashmore, J. (2014). Understanding the short and long-term effects of child sexual abuse on children. Local Court of NSW Annual Conference 2014, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.

2013

Cashmore, J. (2013). Juvenile Justice: Australian Court Responses

Situated in the International Context. In Rosemary Sheehan, Allan Borowski (Eds.), Australias Childrens Courts Today and Tomorrow, (pp. 197-207). Dordrecht: Springer Science+Business Media. [More Information]

Bell, F., Cashmore, J., Parkinson, P., Single, J. (2013). Outcomes of Child-Inclusive Mediation. International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family, 27(1), 116-142. [More Information]

Cashmore, J., Shackel, R. (2013). Responding to child sexual abuse. Australian Review of Public Affairs, May 2013, 1-4.

Cashmore, J., Shackel, R. (2013). The long-term effects of child sexual abuse, CFCA Paper No. 11 2013, (pp. 1 - 29). Canberra, Australia: Commonwealth of Australia.

Parkinson, P., Cashmore, J. (2013). When Mothers Stay: Adjusting to Loss After Relocation Disputes. Family Law Quarterly, 47(1), 65-96.

2012

Cashmore, J. (2012). Child care and protection. Hot Topics: legal issues in plain language, 81, 1-24.

Cashmore, J. (2012). Child Protection and Out-of-Home Care. In Jennifer Bowes, Rebekah Grace, Kerry Hodge (Eds.), Children, Families and Communities: Contexts and Consequences (4th Ed), (pp. 217-238). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Bell, F., Cashmore, J., Parkinson, P., Single, J. (2012). Choosing Child-Inclusive Mediation. Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal, 23(4), 253-264.

Bowes, J., Hayes, A., Cashmore, J., Hodge, K. (2012). Policy Support for Children, Families and Communities. In Jennifer Bowes, Rebekah Grace, Kerry Hodge (Eds.), Children, Families and Communities: Contexts and Consequences (4th Ed), (pp. 289-307). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

2011

Saunders, B., Cashmore, J. (2011). Australia: The Ongoing Debate About Ending Physical Punishment. In J E Durrant and A B Smith (Eds.), Global Pathways to Abolishing Physical Punishment: Realizing Childrens Rights, (pp. 83-97). New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis. [More Information]

Cashmore, J. (2011). Children's participation in family law decision-making: Theoretical approaches to understanding children's views. Children and Youth Services Review, 33(4), 515-520. [More Information]

Parkinson, P., Cashmore, J., Single, J. (2011). Mothers Wishing to Relocate with Children: Actual and Perceived Reasons. Canadian Journal of Family Law, 27(1), 11-51.

Cashmore, J., Parkinson, P. (2011). Parenting arrangements for young children - A reply to Smyth, McIntosh and Kelaher. Australian Journal of Family Law, 25(3), 284-86.

Cashmore, J., Parkinson, P. (2011). Parenting arrangements for young children: Messages from research. Australian Journal of Family Law, 25(3), 236-257.

Parkinson, P., Cashmore, J., Single, J. (2011). Post-Separation Conflict and the Use of Family Violence Orders. Sydney Law Review, 33(1), 1-38.

Cashmore, J., Parkinson, P. (2011). Reasons for Disputes in High Conflict Families. Journal of Family Studies, 17(3), 186-203. [More Information]

Cashmore, J. (2011). The Link Between Child Maltreatment and Adolescent Offending: Systems Neglect of Adolescents. Family Matters, 89, 31-41.

2010

Parkinson, P., Webster, A., Cashmore, J. (2010). Lawyers' Interviews with Clients about Family Violence. University of New South Wales Law Journal Forum, 16(2), 77-86.

Cashmore, J., Parkinson, P., Weston, R., Patulny, R., Redmond, G., Qu, L., Baxter, J., Rajkovic, M., Sitek, T., Katz, I. (2010). Shared Care Parenting Arrangements since the 2006 Family Law Reforms: Report to the Australian Government Attorney-General's Department, (pp. 1 - 158). Sydney, Australia: Social Policy Research Centre: University of NSW.

Parkinson, P., Cashmore, J., Single, J. (2010). The Need for Reality Testing in Relocation Cases. Family Law Quarterly, 44(1), 1-34.

Parkinson, P., Cashmore, J., Webster, A. (2010). The Views of Family Lawyers on Apprehended Violence Orders After Parental Separation. Australian Journal of Family Law, 24(3), 313-336.

2009

Cashmore, J. (2009). Child Protection and Out-of-home Care: The Responsibility of Families, Community and State. In Jennifer Bowes, Rebekah Grace (Eds.), Children, Families and Communities: Contexts and Consequences, (pp. 165-185). Melbourne, Victoria: Oxford University Press.

Cashmore, J., Connolly, M., Harms, L. (2009). Child Welfare Practice. In Marie Connolly, Louise Harms (Eds.), Social Work Contexts and Practice, (pp. 65-108). South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Cashmore, J., Parkinson, P. (2009). Children''s Participation in Family Law Disputes: The views of children, parents, lawyers and counsellors. Family Matters, 82, 15-21.

Cashmore, J. (2009). Relational Aspects in the Regulation of Systems for Protecting Children. Communities Children and Families Australia, 4(1), 31-35.

2008

Cashmore, J. (2008). A Decade Later: Issues in the Care and Protection of Children. Reform, 92, 28-31.

Parkinson, P., Cashmore, J. (2008). A Longitudinal Relocation Study. Symposium on Relocation Disputes in Australia: What do we know, and what are the implications for family law and policy?, Canberra, Australia: Australian National University (ANU).

Cashmore, J., Mendes, P. (2008). Australia. In Mike Stein and Emily R Munro (Eds.), Young Peoples Transitions from Care to Adulthood: International Research and Practice, (pp. 23-35). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Cashmore, J. (2008). Child Witnesses. In Geoff Monahan, Lisa Young (Eds.), Children and the Law in Australia, (pp. 523-543). Sydney: LexisNexis Butterworths.

Cashmore, J., Shackel, R. (2008). Children and the Law. Sydney University Law Society Public Forum 2008, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.

Cashmore, J., Parkinson, P. (2008). Children's and Parents' Perceptions on Children's Participation in Decision Making After Parental Separation and Divorce. Family Court Review: an interdisciplinary journal, 46(1), 91-104. [More Information]

Cashmore, J., Parkinson, P., Taylor, A. (2008). Overnight Stays and Children's Relationships With Resident and Nonresident Parents After Divorce. Journal of Family Issues, 29(6), 707-733. [More Information]

Parkinson, P., Cashmore, J. (2008). The Voice of a Child in Family Law Disputes. New York, USA: Oxford University Press.

2007

Cashmore, J. (2007). Child Witnesses: The Judicial Role. The Judicial Review: selected papers, 8(2), 281-294.

Parkinson, P., Cashmore, J. (2007). Judicial Conversations With Children in Parenting Disputes: The Views Of Australian Judges. International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family, 21(2), 160-189. [More Information]

Cashmore, J., Paxman, M., Townsend, M. (2007). The Educational Outcomes of Young People 4-5 Years After Leaving Care: an Australian Perspective. Adoption and Fostering, 31(1), 50-61.

Parkinson, P., Cashmore, J., Single, J. (2007). What Responsibility Do Courts Have to Hear Children's Voices? International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family, 21(1), 84-107. [More Information]

Cashmore, J., Parkinson, P. (2007). What Responsibility Do Courts Have to Hear Children’s Voices? International Journal of Childrens Rights, 15(1), 43-60. [More Information]



2006

Cashmore, J. (2006). Ethical issues concerning consent in obtaining children's reports on their experience of violence. Child Abuse and Neglect, 30(9), 969-977. [More Information]

Cashmore, J., Paxman, M. (2006). Predicting After-Care Outcomes: The Importance of 'Felt' Security. Child and Family Social Work, 11(3), 232-241. [More Information]

Cashmore, J., Higgins, D., Bromfield, L., Scott, D. (2006). Recent Australian Child Protection and Out-of-Home Care Research: What's Been Done - and What Needs to be Done? Children Australia, 31(2), 4-11.

Cashmore, J., Paxman, M. (2006). Wards Leaving Care: Follow up five years on. Children Australia, 31(3), 18-25.

Cashmore, J. (2006). Yasser. In Natalie Bolzan, Michael Darcy & Jan Mason (Eds.), Fenced In Fenced Out: Border Protection, Asylum and Detention in Australia, (pp. 9-12). Melbourne: Common Ground Publishing.



2005

Parkinson, P., Cashmore, J., Single, J. (2005). Adolescents' views on the fairness of parenting and financial arrangements after separation. Family Court Review: an interdisciplinary journal, 43(3), 429-444.



2003

Cashmore, J. (2003). Children's participation in family law matters. In Christine Hallett & Alan Prout (Eds.), Hearing the Voices of Children: Social Policy for a New Century, (pp. 158-176). London: RoutledgeFalmer imprint of Taylor & Francis.



2002

Cashmore, J. (2002). Innovative Procedures For Child Witnesses. In H Westcott, G M Davies & R Bull (Eds.), Children's Testimony: A Handbook of psychological research and forensic practice, (pp. 203-218). UK: John Wiley & Sons.

Cashmore, J. (2002). Promoting the participation of children and young people in care. Child Abuse and Neglect, 26(8), 837-847.

2001

Cashmore, J. (2001). Early experience and brain development. National Child Protection Clearing House Newsletter, Volume 9, pages 6-9.

Cashmore, J. (2001). Facilitating the participation of young people in care. Children Australia, 26, 10-15.

Cashmore, J. (2001). Family, early development and the life course: Common risk and protective factors in pathways to prevention. In Richard Eckersley, Jane Dixon, Bob Douglas (Eds.), The Social Origins of Health and Well-being, (pp. 216-224). Australia: Cambridge University Press.



2000

Cashmore, J., Kiely, P. (2000). Implementing and evaluating Family Group Conference: The New South Wales Experience. In G Burford, J Hudson (Eds.), Family Group Conferencing: New Directions in Community-Centered Child and Family Practice, (pp. 242-252). United States: Transaction Publishers.



Cashmore, J. (2000). What the research tells us: Permanency planning, adoption and foster care. Children Australia, 25, 17-22.



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