Explores the issues of legitimacy and whether or not surrogate motherhood ought to be encouraged from the perspectives of contract law and constitutional law, custody, and adoption law, and the rights of biological fathers and laws governing sperm donation.
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Martha A. Field is Langdell Professor of Law at Harvard University.From Library Journal:
Of the many titles in the wake of the Baby M surrogate mother lawsuit, this one by Harvard law professor Field provides a particularly clear and comprehensive overview of the subject. Among the topics she discusses are federal regulation of surrogacy, the rights of biological fathers, and custody and adoption law. Throughout, she considers the pros and cons of potential legal and fairness arguments, some of which apply to the newest fertility technologies, including extracorporeal embryos. Field concludes that surrogacy contracts should be legal, but unenforceable if the birth mother objects. The appendix, which gives the legal status of surrogacy throughout the country, is most useful. Janice Dunham, John Jay Coll. Lib., New York
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