3 Apr, 2019
The team at NGA Law were delighted to be part of the Trans Healthcare Conference in Bristol, organised by Policy Bristol, the Trans Equality Legal Initiative and Mermaids. Sue was invited to be a speaker on the legal panel. She spoke about UK family law for trans adults and children, including trans fertility and birth registration and her 27 year experience of children cases heard in the family court involving trans parents and children. Sue was joined on the panel by other leading practising...
30 Mar, 2019
Natalie was delighted to speak at the national Fertility Forum conference on Saturday in London. Jointly organised by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and the British Fertility Society, Fertility Forum was jam-packed with talks from the UK’s leading fertility experts. Natalie spoke to the conference about fertility law, explaining how the law affects families conceived through egg and sperm donation, co parenting arrangements and surrogacy, as well as the campaign for U.K...
RT @stonewalluk: Happy #LesbianDayOfVisibility! We’ve asked our lesbian staff what it means to them to be a lesbian in 2019, and what mess…
RT @BrillBeginnings: Posted @HSFC_UK @NGambleAssoc Surrogacy In The UK seminar! Full house. 😁 https://t.co/95KNXrmCaZ
Hope rises for LGBT+ Parents in New York, current state law bans paid surrogacy, the path to parenthood for some ma… https://t.co/eHj5CKM5zq
The UK’s restrictive surrogacy laws are hurting couples and pushing many abroad
- CNN News, 18 January 2019
Surrogacy Order Ends 'Legal Limbo' For Single Parents.
- Law Society Gazette, 8 January 2019
Surrogacy isn’t about money. But the law must change to benefit women
- The Guardian, 4 December 2018
BBC Radio 4 Today Programme: should the law allow UK surrogates to be paid?
- BBC Radio 4 Today Programme, 2 December 2018