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Current and Emerging Issues in Fertility Law

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Agenda

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Faculty List and Biographies

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Optional Primer
Fertility Law: Understanding the Key Concepts
Sara Cohen,
Fertility Law Canada™ at D2Law LLP
Ellen K. Embury, Dunphy Best Blocksom LLP

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What To Do When Things Go Wrong
Erin Lepine,
Nelligan O’Brien Payne LLP
Ellen K. Embury, Dunphy Best Blocksom LLP

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Criminal and Long Arm Prohibitions in Fertility Law
Megan Savard,
AddarioLaw Group

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When Fertility Law Meets Estate Planning
Anastasija Sumakova,
WeirFoulds LLP

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New Brunswick and Quebec – Two Unique Jurisdictionsfor Legal Parentage in Canada
Doreen Brown,
Green Glazer Nadler and Associates
Jocelyne Léger-Nowlan, Actus Law Droit

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Parallels in The World of Adoption: What can we Learn
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Cheryl Appell,
Dickson MacGregor Appell LLP

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Non-Traditional Families: From LGBTQ to 3+ Parent Families
Kelly D. Jordan,
Jordan Battista LLP
Joanna Radbord, Martha McCarthy & Company LLP
Dr. Rachel Gorman, Graduate Program, Critical Disability Studies, York University
Andy Inkster, LGBTQ Parenting Network – Sherbourne Health Centre

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Understanding the Ethics of Practice in Fertility Law
Sara Cohen,
Fertility Law Canada™ at D2Law LLP
Dr. Kimberly Liu, FRCSC, MSL, Mount Sinai Centre for Fertility and Reproductive Health
Shirley Eve Levitan, Family and Reproductive Technology Law

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The Future of Fertility Law: From Best Practices to the Unknown
Sara Cohen,
Fertility Law Canada™ at D2Law LLP
Ellen K. Embury, Dunphy Best Blocksom LLP
Sherry Levitan, Fertility Lawyer

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Notes