12 Aug, 2020
Natalie Gamble and Heidi Burrows have had an article published in the latest edition of The Review (published by Resolution, a family justice professionals’ organisation) about an important new Supreme Court decision. The case of Whittington Hospital NHS Trust v XX  UKSC 14 involved a negligence claim brought by a woman who sought compensation to fund surrogacy in the USA after a series of medical failures left her unable to carry a pregnancy. The Supreme Court was asked...
5 Jun, 2020
A new reported surrogacy case (Re X (2020)) in which NGA Law represented the parents has, in tragic circumstances, highlighted once again the inadequacy of UK surrogacy law. A straightforward UK surrogacy case became complicated when the intended father died unexpectedly The case involved an unexpected tragedy in the midst of what should have been a straightforward UK surrogacy arrangement. The intended parents (Mr and Mrs Y) had entered into a written UK surrogacy agreement wit...
Natalie will be speaking at this online PET event on 16 September - details here https://t.co/jwEG4mTq6z
Thanks to everyone and especially our lovely sign language interpreters #LGBTQIA #surrogacy https://t.co/aS02J2R0qS
RT @BrillBeginnings: We are so excited to announce the launch of the new Brilliant Beginnings website. We hope it will prove an invaluable…
Is UK law changing the way it views commercial surrogacy arrangements? (The Review, Issue 206, July 2020)
- The Review, 28 July 2020
Family planning: how Covid-19 has placed huge strains on all stages of surrogacy
- The Guardian, 14 June 2020
Surrogacy Is Complicated—Then Add a Global Pandemic
- Marie Claire, 17 May 2020
Parents are hiring jets to see their surrogate children for the first time
- Wired, 13 May 2020