International surrogacy seminar for intended parents

5 December 2017

"Strong reputation for cutting-edge surrogacy work"

Chambers UK, A Client's Guide to the UK Legal Profession


5 December 2017


6pm for 6.30pm start until approximately 8pm


Kingsley Napley LLP, Knights Quarter, 14 St John's Lane, London EC1M 4AJ


  • Richard Westoby - Surrogacy expert at Surrogacy with Confidence; board member of P3 - Proud Professional Parents;  author of "Our Journey: One Couple's Guide to U.S. Surrogacy" and father to surrogate twins
  • Katie Newbury - Immigration and surrogacy law specialist at Kingsley Napley
  • Connie Atkinson - Family and surrogacy law specialist at Kingsley Napley
  • Amy Newhall - Private client specialist at Kingsley napley

Relevant for:

This event is open to UK based intended parents, who are exploring or embarking on the journey of international surrogacy as a route to parenthood. 

Specialist Area:

Using a Surrogate


To enquire about attending this event, please contact us at

The event is free to attend but please note that places are subject to availability.

At this event, which is relevant for intended surrogate parents, Richard Westoby, Katie Newbury, Connie Atkinson and Amy Newhall will provide a practical overview of the process of international surrogacy.

They will speak about considerations such as:

  • Surrogacy - where can you do it and high-level the steps you need to go through.
  • How to choose an IVF clinic?  How to choose an Egg Donor and what are the choices available to you?
  • Do you want to use a surrogacy agency or go independent - and how to choose a surrogacy agency?
  • How do you get your UK passport and what's involved in the immigration process?
  • What is a Parental Order, including the rules and how you can apply for one?
  • Whether you need a Will and what this should cover.


To enquire about attending this event, please contact us at

The event is free to attend but please note that places are subject to availability.

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