Conceiving a Feminist Legal Approach to Frozen Embryos: Exploring the Limitations of Canadian Responses to Disposition Disputes and Donor Anonymity

@inproceedings{Carsley2013ConceivingAF,
  title={Conceiving a Feminist Legal Approach to Frozen Embryos: Exploring the Limitations of Canadian Responses to Disposition Disputes and Donor Anonymity},
  author={Stefanie Carsley},
  year={2013}
}
This thesis advances a feminist critique of Canadian legal responses to disputes over frozen in vitro embryos and embryo donor anonymity. It argues that current laws that provide spouses or partners with joint control over the use and disposition of embryos created from their genetic materials, that mandate the creation of agreements setting out these parties’ intentions in the event of a disagreement or divorce and that protect donor anonymity without providing mechanisms to allow donors… CONTINUE READING

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