Natalie Gamble speaks at LSE panel discussion – Surrogacy law reform

Natalie was delighted to speak at the London School of Economics as part of an expert panel talking about surrogacy law reform on 21 February 2023. Speaking alongside Baroness Barker, Dr Kirsty Horsey and Professor Isabel Karpin from Australia, the event was chaired by Professor Emily Jackson from LSE. All the speakers were asked to talk about their perspective on surrogacy law reform, and questions were then fielded from the floor.

Natalie talked about the practical difficulties of surrogacy on the ground, including the experience of UK parents going overseas, and how law reform needs to be brave and pragmatic if it is to make a real difference. She was also realistic that law reform has a long road ahead, and that the publication of the long-awaited Law Commission report this year will only be the start of it.

You can read more about the event in this Bionews review or listen to the LSE podcast recording.

Find out more about surrogacy law reform from the Brilliant Beginnings website, including information on how you can get involved.

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