Pragmatic Family Law

Family law in America is a contentious arena, with polarized views on issues like abortion, parental control of schools, and gender-affirming healthcare.
To avoid conflict, family law has adopted a pragmatic approach to decision-making and policy development, prioritizing the well-being of children and families over abstract ideals.
While pragmatic family law has implications for scholars, legal actors, and advocates, it falls short of addressing racial inequality.

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