Friday, March 27, 2020
From Family Law Jotwell, Douglas NeJaime, Surrogacy, 2.0, JOTWELL (March 25, 2020) (reviewing Courtney G. Joslin, (Not) Just Surrogacy, __ Cal. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming, 2021), available at SSRN here):
Legal conflict over surrogacy has been with us in the U.S. for more than three decades. And yet the conversation in scholarly, legal, and policy debate remains largely centered on the question of whether to permit or prohibit the practice. In an important new article, (Not) Just Surrogacy, Courtney Joslin brings new and critical insights to the conversation about surrogacy—focusing on not whether to allow, but how to regulate. Joslin, one of the country’s leading legal experts on family formation through assisted reproduction, makes two especially significant contributions—one descriptive and the other normative.
Read more here.