29 Oct, 2019
Natalie was delighted to speak at Resolution’s Child and Family Day in London today. Representing the U.K. and Ireland LGBT Family Law Institute, which she chairs, Natalie spoke together with fellow FLI member Andrew Spearman from Layton’s solicitors. Natalie and Andrew addressed family law solicitors from across the U.K. about the law and good client care when working with modern families including gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender clients, and parents through assisted reproduction. They...
15 Oct, 2019
Transgender parent case – UK High Court rules that man who gives birth cannot be registered as his child’s ‘father’.
The President of the Family Division, Sir Andrew McFarlane (the most senior first-instance family court judge in England and Wales) has ruled in the case of Re TT on the rights of transgender parents and their children under UK law. The case involved an application by a trans man, Fred McConnell, whose anonymity was unusually lifted by the court because he made a documentary for the BBC about his story (‘Seahorse: the father who gave birth’). Mr McConnell conceived his son through fertilit...
Natalie is talking about surrogacy law at the @GF_Globally conference in London today. Find out more about how we help https://t.co/jBwgmpbWiR https://t.co/WSy3uwRaat
RT @NatalieGamble_: Really enjoyed talking to @fertilitypoddy today about surrogacy law reform and our passion for changing the rules to ma…
Jade is speaking at our US surrogacy seminar with @BrillBeginnings and @ORMFertility this evening, covering legal parenthood, parental orders, immigration and British nationality for parents planning US surrogacy. #surrogacy #creatingfamilies https://t.co/4OFhYIgxcF
Scottish Catholic Church compared surrogacy to trafficking
- The Times, 19 October 2019
Bioethics, a tumultuous story.
- La Croix, 22 June 2019
I Was A Surrogate: Here's What People Ask About Having A Baby For Someone Else.
- HuffPost, 18 June 2019
Parents should get automatic parental rights for surrogate children from birth, say law commissions.
- Independent, 7 June 2019