Reform of surrogacy law is on the agenda says Caroline Gillespie

09 Mar 2020

The UK’s Law Commisions are clear that the current legislation is ‘not fit for purpose’, writes Caroline Gillespie, BLM's head of family law in Scotland, for today's edition of The Scotsman.

In an article that considers the current law and some of the major reform proposals, Caroline discusses the complexities of surragacy arrangements including the legal requirements that come with it such as parental orders, and what proposals the Law Commission has made to bring the law up to date.

To read Caroline's full article, please click here.

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