LGBT History Month


During the month of February, in honour of LGBT History Month, we would like to offer you 20% off the following published titles with a discount code LGBT20ALL.

Forthcoming


  1. This volume contributes to the literature on private international family law in Europe through the examination of two recent EU instruments: the Matrimonial Property Regulation and the Regulation on the Property Consequences of Registered Partnerships. The book presents the two regulations in a clear and comprehensive manner and analyses their implications for EU family law going forward.
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Open Acess

Intersentia provides Open Access content right across our list, encompassing Law, Human Rights, and Business & Finance, and includes complete books and individual book chapters.  

The following title has open access chapters available for a limited time:

  1. This book brings together international experts to discuss questions and challenges relating to the legal articulation of the emerging right to gender self-determination and its consequences for law and society, such as the future of sex/gender registration and the protection of trans persons against discrimination.
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Book Reviews & Endorsements

The Legal Status of Intersex Persons                         


The Legal Status of Transsexual and Transgender Persons

“[...], this is an excellent book which is useful for those new to the field and the expert alike. -- Christopher Stothers, International Family Law Journal, 2017                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

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The Future of Registered Partnerships                                       

The Future of Registered Partnerships

“The book is required reading for all concerned with policy in this field, academics and all concerned with advising clients about entering or dissolving civil partnerships. It may well be that Justices of the Supreme Court will be reaching for their copies when considering judgement in the Steinfeld case.” – Martin Downs, Family Law Journal, 2018                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

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