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Conference: Law and Practice of Surrogacy

Sep 29, 2018, 22:22 PM
Family Law, conference, Law and Practice of Surrogacy, Cambridge University, Acacdemy of European Law
On 25-26 June, Cambridge Family Law, in conjunction with the Academy of European Law (ERA), will be holding a conference on 'Law and Practice of Surrogacy'.
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On 25-26 June, Cambridge Family Law, in conjunction with the Academy of European Law (ERA), will be holding a conference on 'Law and Practice of Surrogacy'. Aimed at practising lawyers, Government officials, and academics, it will discuss questions of parenthood and conflict of laws through the lens of domestic law in European jurisdictions, as well as the case law of the European Court of Human Rights.

Participants include:
  • Prof Susan Golombok (University of Cambridge);
  • Deidre Fottrell QC (Garden Court Chambers);
  • Anne-Marie Hutchinson OBE QC (Hon) (Dawson Cornwell);
  • Prof Nick Hopkins (Law Commission of England and Wales); and
  • Dr Katarina Trimmings (University of Aberdeen). 

For more information please visit the ERA site
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