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Publications for Ira Mark Ellman 




  • Ira Mark Ellman, Caroline Bryson, Stephen McKay & Joanna Miles, Child Maintenance: How Much the State Should Require Fathers to Pay When Families Separate, in British Social Attitudes 30 (National Centre for Social Research 2013).
  • Marital Agreements and Private Autonomy in the United States, in Marital Agreements and Private Autonomy in a Comparative Perspective (Jens M. Scherpe, ed., Hart Publishing 2012).
  • Ira Ellman & Sanford L. Braver, Should Marriage Matter?, in Marriage at the Crossroads (Elizabeth Scott & Marsha Garrison, eds., Cambridge University Press 2012).
    HQ536 .M3243 2012
  • Matthew Stevenson, Sanford L. Braver, Ira Ellman, & Ashley Votruba, Fathers, Divorce, and Child Custody, in Handbook of Father Involvement: Multidisciplinary Perspectives (Natasha J. Cabrera & Catherine S. Tamis-LeMonda, eds., 2nd ed., Routledge 2012).
  • Ira Ellman & Tara Ellman, Child Support: How Much Is Just Right?, in Raising Children: Emerging Needs, Modern Risks, and Social Responses (Jill Duerr Berrick & Neil Gilbert eds., Oxford University Press 2008).
  • O’Brien v. O’Brien: A Failed Reform, Unlikely Reformers, in Family Law Stories (Carol Sanger ed., 1st ed., Foundation Press 2007).
  • Ira Ellman et. al., Strengths-Building Public Policy for Children of Divorce, in Investing in Children, Youth, Families, and Communities: Strengths-Based Research and Policy (Kenneth I. Maton et al. eds., American Psychological Association 2004).
    HN17 .I7 2004
  • Ambiguous-Father Families, in All Our Families: New Policies for a New Century: A Report of the Berkeley Family Forum 117 (Mary Ann Mason et al. eds., 2d ed., Oxford University Press 2003).
    HQ536 .A537 2003
  • Divorce Law in the United States, in Cross Currents: Family Law and Policy in the United States and England 341 (Sanford N. Katz et al. eds., Oxford University Press 2000).
  • Family Law, in Common Law, Common Values, Common Rights: Essays on Our Common Heritage 171 (Am. Bar Ass’n ed., American Bar Association 2000).