Julie’s most recent project was a scoping study of the development of Separated Families Alliances in Wales. She is a Trustee of The Transparency Project Her research themes within the network mainly focus on family justice, care proceedings, children’s voices and parenting.
Doughty J and Rathus Z (2022). The international expansion of the parental alienation belief system through the UK and Australian experiences. In Mercer J and Drew M (Eds.) Challenging Parental Alienation: New Directions for Professionals and Parents. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, 40-62.
Doughty J and Drew M (2021). History of the parental alienation belief system. In Mercer J and Drew M (Eds.) Challenging Parental Alienation: New Directions for Professionals and Parents. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, 21-39.
Doughty J (2021). Errors and mistakes in child protection: international discourses, approaches and strategies. Ed. K. Biesel et al. [Book Review]. International Journal of Children's Rights.
Doughty J (2020). Remote justice - family court hearings during the pandemic. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 42(3): 377-380. (10.1080/09649069.2020.1796221)
Doughty J, Maxwell N and Slater T (2020). Professional responses to 'parental alienation': research-informed practice. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law 42(1): 68-79. (10.1080/09649069.2020.1701938)
Maxwell N, Doughty J and Wallace C (2020). Developing a supporting separating families alliance. CASCADE
Doughty J, Meakings S and Shelton K (2019). Rights and relationships of children who are adopted from care. International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family, 33(1): 1-23. (10.1093/lawfam/eby016)
Doughty J, Reed L and Magrath P (2018). Transparency in the family courts: publicity and privacy in practice. Bloomsbury Professional.
Doughty J, Twaite A and Magrath P (2017). Transparency through publication of family court judgments: An evaluation of the responses to, and effects of, judicial guidance on publishing family court judgments involving children and young people. Cardiff University.