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Natalie Gamble
Co-Founder | NGA Law

Natalie Gamble is the co-founder of the UK’s first specialist fertility law firm NGA Law (www.ngalaw.co.uk) and leading non-profit surrogacy agency Brilliant Beginnings (www.brilliantbeginnings.co.uk).  Her team have been responsible for many of the leading cases which have shaped UK surrogacy law, and are prominent campaigners for progressive reform, winning numerous changes to the law benefiting modern families and LGBT parents.  Natalie has been named in the Independent on Sunday's Pink List and as the Times Lawyer of the Week, and nominated for Stonewall’s Hero of the Year Award. Natalie is often interviewed by the BBC and in the national press, and is a regular voice on the BBC Radio 4 Today Programme and Woman's Hour.

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Co-Founder | NGA Law

Natalie Gamble is the co-founder of the UK’s first specialist fertility law firm NGA Law (www.ngalaw.co.uk) and leading non-profit surrogacy agency Brilliant Beginnings (www.brilliantbeginnings.co.uk).  Her team have been responsible for many of the leading cases which have shaped UK surrogacy law, and are prominent campaigners for progressive reform, winning numerous changes to the law benefiting modern families and LGBT parents.  Natalie has been named in the Independent on Sunday's Pink List and as the Times Lawyer of the Week, and nominated for Stonewall’s Hero of the Year Award. Natalie is often interviewed by the BBC and in the national press, and is a regular voice on the BBC Radio 4 Today Programme and Woman's Hour.

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