Assisted Reproductive Technology and the Law Seminar (3108)

This seminar deals with the legal implications of assisted reproductive technologies on family formation. Topics will include sperm and egg donation, surrogacy, in vitro fertilization, and artificial insemination, as well as the constitutional underpinnings of procreative liberty. The course will pay particular attention to how the law defines parenthood and how that definition impacts families who use assisted reproductive technologies.

Grading: Letter-graded. Participation, presentation, paper.

Prerequisite(s): Family Law and Constitutional; Law - Liberties are recommended but not required prerequisites.

Credits: 2-credits

Offered: Fall

Categories:
Elective
Meet Advanced Research and Writing Typically

Subject Areas:
Family Law:: edit ::

Taught by: Mary Patricia Byrn Steven Snyder

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