6 Jan, 2022
NGA Law attended the “Reproducing Regulation: Who Regulates Fertility and How?” conference in December 2021
NGA and Brilliant Beginnings were delighted to attend the Progress Educational Trust’s Annual Conference 2021, titled “Reproducing Regulation: Who Regulates Fertility and How?”. PET has an excellent reputation for thought-provoking events combining law, science and ethics and this one was no exception. The event caters for a large number of professionals and roles and our own Luke Williams, a solicitor at NGA Law, Kelly Wilson, a paralegal at NGA Law and Laura Clarke, a nurse and client...
10 Dec, 2021
Kelly was delighted to speak to Rainbow Sisters last month to discuss family law with its members. “Rainbow Sisters is a supportive, welcoming and confidential group open to lesbian, bisexual and trans women, and non-binary people seeking asylum.” The Rainbow Sisters group comes together weekly with a number of speakers and NGA were delighted to be asked to talk to them about LBT+ families and routes to parenthood. They provided a very safe place and the women celebrated to...
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