18 Oct, 2013

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Natalie writes for Infertility Network UK magazine: Sperm donors given rights of contact – surely not?

Natalie writes a regular article for the magazine published for UK fertility patients by leading charity Infertility Network UK.  Natalie’s article this quarter discusses sperm donation and the legal rights donors have

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11 Oct, 2013

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Divorce after assisted conception

Richard has written an article published in this month’s The Review on what divorce lawyers need to know about managing relationship breakdown cases for couples who have conceived through fertility

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12 Jun, 2013

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High Court declares lesbian non birth mother ‘not a parent’ due to errors at fertility clinic

Richard has written an article for Bionews about the High Court’s recent decision that a lesbian non birth mother is ‘not a parent’ due to errors at a fertility clinic. The

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23 May, 2013

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Conceiving with a known donor or co-parent – how fertility counsellors can help and what they need to know

There are many issues to consider for parents considering conceiving with a known donor or co-parent. With a minefield of information to navigate, parents can be left asking: what do

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23 Oct, 2012

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Should surrogate mothers still have an absolute right to change their minds?

Natalie has written a comment piece for Bionews criticising the unchallengeable position surrogate mothers are currently given by UK surrogacy law. The law in the UK has long provided that

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06 Sep, 2012

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Calling for sensible surrogacy law: Natalie writes for International Family Law

The Hague Conference on Private International Law announced last year that it was looking at regulating international surrogacy arrangements. Although the process is at an early stage, any international treaty

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07 Aug, 2012

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Sperm donor or dad? Article in G3 magazine

Sarah has written an article for lesbian magazine G3 about known donor disputes, and the recent Court of Appeal decision to award contact to a biological father who donated his

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07 Jun, 2012

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Bionews article by Natalie – The Indian surrogacy industry and why we need to reform UK surrogacy law

By Natalie Gamble.  This article was first published in Bionews on 6 June 2012 and is reproduced by kind permission of the Progress Educational Trust.  PET is a wonderful charity

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08 May, 2012

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Birth mother vs non birth mother – children law for lesbian parents who separate

By Sarah Wood-Heath.  This article was first published in Bionews on 8 May 2012 and is reproduced by kind permission of the Progress Educational Trust.  PET is a wonderful charity

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24 Feb, 2012

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Known donation on trial

By Natalie Gamble, Published in BioNews 645 The family court has been making law on known donors, with a number of recent disputes between known sperm donors and lesbian mothers.

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