Appointment to leading surrogacy committee

With a great deal of humility and honour, I have accepted an appointment as a member of one of the world’s leading surrogacy committees. I have been appointed as a member of the Executive Council of the American Bar Association’s Family Law Section’s Assisted Reproductive Technology Committee. Despite the mouthful, this is the surrogacy committee… Read More »Custom Single Post Header

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Appointment to leading surrogacy committee

With a great deal of humility and honour, I have accepted an appointment as a member of one of the world’s leading surrogacy committees.

I have been appointed as a member of the Executive Council of the American Bar Association’s Family Law Section’s Assisted Reproductive Technology Committee.

Despite the mouthful, this is the surrogacy committee of the American Bar Association, the world’s largest, richest and most powerful lawyers’ association in the world.

I have been appointed as one of two international members of the Executive Council, which is to run the ART committee. It is both humbling and a recognition by my international peers of my abilities.

The appointments come at a critical time, as there are currently moves to have a Hague convention to govern international surrogacy.

The council and committee are headed by Steve Snyder (pictured), a leading surrogacy lawyer from Minneapolis.

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