LAW 2796 - Law’s Response to Reproductive Technology
The context of this seminar involves revolutionary changes that are now occurring in the means of human reproduction The advent and development of reproductive technology have abruptly expanded the possibilities of fertility in a manner unprecedented in human history. These possibilities challenge traditional definitions of family and compel the legal system to examine anew its definition and regulation of the family. Students in the seminar focus on the law’s emerging response to assisted reproduction, including artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization, embryo transfer, cryopreservation of gametes and pre-embryos, gestational and traditional surrogacy, and cloning. Writing credit is available.
Credits: 2 or 3
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