Webinar

Webinar: International surrogacy event
for intended parents

29 June 2020

"Strong reputation for cutting-edge surrogacy work"

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

Date:

29 June 2020

Speaker(s):

  • Anna Buxton - has three children all of whom were born through international surrogacy. Anna works with San Diego Fertility Center, where her twins were conceived, supporting others on their journey to parenthood. 
  • Dr Brooke Friedman - Fertility specialist at San Diego Fertility Center, US.
  • Katie Newbury - Senior Associate in the Immigration team at Kingsley Napley.
  • Connie Atkinson - Senior Associate in the Family & Divorce team at Kingsley Napley.

Specialist Area:

Using a Surrogate

Experts on international surrogacy will share their insight and provide a practical overview of the process of international surrogacy, ranging from the perspectives of the agency through to treatment and legal issues.
 

The speakers will also cover some of the specific challenges for intended parents and surrogacy arrangements in light of the coronavirus crisis.

Speakers include:

  • Anna Buxton - has three children all of whom were born through international surrogacy. Anna works with San Diego Fertility Center, where her twins were conceived, supporting others on their journey to parenthood. 
  • Dr Brooke Friedman - Fertility specialist at San Diego Fertility Center, US.
  • Katie Newbury - Senior Associate in the Immigration team at Kingsley Napley.
  • Connie Atkinson - Senior Associate in the Family & Divorce team at Kingsley Napley.

RSVP

This planned online event will now take the form of a pre-recorded webinar, which will be available shortly. If you would like to receive details of this, please contact us at events@kingsleynapley.co.uk.

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