Associate Professor Judy Cashmore

AO, BA (Hons) (Adelaide) MEd (UoN) PhD (Macquarie)
Associate Professor in Socio-Legal Studies

F10 - Law School (Camperdown)
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 0469
Fax +61 2 9351 0200

Website Papers on the Social Science Research Network (SSRN)

Biographical details

Associate Professor Judith Cashmore AO has a PhD in developmental psychology and a Masters degree in education. Her research concerns children's involvement in civil and criminal proceedings and other processes in which decisions are made about children's lives. The special focus of this research has been on children's experience and perceptions of the process and the implications for social policy. She has worked as a consultant to various government agencies and been involved in numerous state and federal government committees concerning children and families. Judy has been an appointed Member of the Judicial Commission of New South Wales since 2004 and is Adjunct Professor at Southern Cross University. She and her colleague and co-researcher, Professor Patrick Parkinson AM, have been jointly awarded the 2013 Stanley Cohen Distinguished Research Award by the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC) for outstanding research and/or research achievements in the field of family and divorce.

Research interests

  • Family law
  • Child protection and child welfare
  • Child witness
  • Children's rights
  • Children's evidence
  • Children's participation in legal proceedings

Teaching and supervision

  • Research methodology in criminology
  • Child sexual abuse – Diverse perspectives
  • Supervision in relation to children’s legal representation

Associations

Professional memberships

  • Appointed member of Judicial Commission of New South Wales
  • Member of Advisory Committee National Clearinghouse on Child Protection since 2005 (now Child Family Community Australia: Research, Policy and Practice Exchange)
  • Member of National Children and Family Roundtable (2011 - )
  • Member of Board, National Children's and Youth Law Centre (NCYLC) (2004 – ongoing)

Editorial Boards

  • Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Psychology, Public Policy and Law
  • Current Issues in Criminal Justice

Awards and honours

  • Officer of the Order of Australia
  • Macquarie University Distinguished Alumni Award Community Service (2005)

Selected grants

2013

  • The impact of delayed reporting on the prosecution of child sexual assault cases and the outcomes; Cashmore J, Shackel R, Parkinson P; Attorney Generals Department/Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.
  • Making Rights Real: A Regional, Comparative Approach to Disability and Children's Rights in International Law.; Crock M, Cashmore J, McCallum R, Saul B; DVC International/IPDF Grant.
  • How are decisions made in Childrens Court care matters and what are the outcomes for children; Cashmore J; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2010

  • Shared Care Parenting Arrangements since the 2006 Family Law Reforms; Katz I, Parkinson P, Cashmore J; Commonwealth Attorney Generals Department/Research Support.

2009

  • Relocation after parental separation: a longitudinal study; Parkinson P, Chisholm R, Cashmore J; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2006

  • Relocation after parental separation and the best interests of children; Parkinson P, Cashmore J, Chisholm R; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2002

  • Childrens involvement in decision-making about residence and contact in family law proceedings.; Parkinson P, Cashmore J; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

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

Edited Books

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

Book Chapters

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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., 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. (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.
  • 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.
  • 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. (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.
  • 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.

Journals

  • 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., 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]
  • 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.
  • Parkinson, P., Cashmore, J. (2013). When Mothers Stay: Adjusting to Loss After Relocation Disputes. Family Law Quarterly, 47(1), 65-96.
  • Cashmore, J. (2012). Child care and protection. Hot Topics: legal issues in plain language, 81, 1-24.
  • Bell, F., Cashmore, J., Parkinson, P., Single, J. (2012). Choosing Child-Inclusive Mediation. Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal, 23(4), 253-264.
  • 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.
  • Cashmore, J. (2011). The Link Between Child Maltreatment and Adolescent Offending: Systems Neglect of Adolescents. Family Matters, 89, 31-41.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Cashmore, J. (2008). A Decade Later: Issues in the Care and Protection of Children. Reform, 92, 28-31.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Parkinson, P., Cashmore, J., Single, J. (2007). Parents' and Children’s Views on Talking to Judges in Parenting Disputes in Australia. International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family, 21(1), 84-107.
  • 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.
  • Cashmore, J., Parkinson, P. (2007). What Responsibility Do Courts Have to Hear Children’s Voices? International Journal of Childrens Rights, 15(1), 43-60.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Cashmore, J. (2002). Promoting the participation of children and young people in care. Child Abuse and Neglect, 26(8), 837-847.
  • Cashmore, J. (2001). Facilitating the participation of young people in care. Children Australia, 26, 10-15.
  • Cashmore, J. (2000). What the research tells us: Permanency planning, adoption and foster care. Children Australia, 25, 17-22.

Conferences

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

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

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

Research Reports

  • 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.
  • 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, (pp. 1 - 158). Canberra, ACT, Australia: Commonwealth of Australia.

2014

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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]

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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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, (pp. 1 - 158). Canberra, ACT, Australia: Commonwealth of Australia.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Parkinson, P., Cashmore, J., Single, J. (2007). Parents' and Children’s Views on Talking to Judges in Parenting Disputes in Australia. International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family, 21(1), 84-107.
  • 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.
  • Cashmore, J., Parkinson, P. (2007). What Responsibility Do Courts Have to Hear Children’s Voices? International Journal of Childrens Rights, 15(1), 43-60.

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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