We explain the value of a surrogacy agreement, why solicitors cannot draft it and the importance for surrogacy teams to create one.
Surrogacy UK Law
Natalie, alongside Professor Kirsty Horsey and Professor Emily Jackson, offered a response in support of surrogacy to Pope Francis’ comments on surrogacy in a comment piece posted by BioNews.
Natalie spoke with the ‘Talking Family Law’ podcast about surrogacy law in anticipation of the Law Commission publishing its report on law reform in 2023.
Natalie has written a comment piece in this week’s Bionews about the UK Government's plans to update the fertility screening laws, which will bring positive impact on some LGBT+ intended parents, such as female same-sex couples and HIV-positive individuals seeking to...
We are thrilled to see the government’s announcement in Parliament yesterday that it will remove the bar on HIV+ intended parents conceiving through UK surrogacy, which follows a five year campaign brilliantly led by the National AIDS Trust, something we at NGA Law and Brilliant Beginnings have been proud to support.
The British Fertility Society has now published its proposals on how it thinks UK fertility law need to be modernised.
NGA Law is delighted to be part of an educational course being run for intended LGBT+ parents by national fertility charity Fertility Network UK. Run online on Thursday evenings in August and September, the course offers free digital access to expert opinion and...
Natalie was delighted to attend an important international conference on surrogacy that took place in Copenhagen in June 2023.
The Law Commission has published their final recommendations for UK surrogacy law reform. Here are the key findings and our response.
Natalie addressed the national Fertility Nurses’ Congress held in Solihull in May 2023 on what the Law Commissions’ final recommendations on surrogacy law will mean for fertility nurses.