Baby Making: Fertility Law and Assisted Reproductive Technologies
April 8 | Pan Pacific Hotel, Vancouver or via Live Webinar
The Continuing Legal Education Society of BC and Fertility Law BC, a group of BC lawyers who practice in this area, are jointly presenting the first-ever Baby Making: Fertility Law and Assisted Reproductive Technologies course on Friday, April 8, 2016.
The Family Law Act sets out a comprehensive scheme with respect to the creation of families through assisted human reproduction including the determination of parentage. As a family lawyer, you need to know how to advise clients who may require assisted reproduction, how assisted reproduction affects parentage, and how the new framework may impact your clients’ planning needs.
After taking this course you will:
- be able to advise prospective parents looking to have a child using assisted reproductive technologies
- be aware of the best practices and checklists for drafting agreements
- know the pitfalls – understand where problems may arise
- and much more...
Who should attend: Family lawyers; anyone whose practice is impacted by assisted reproductive technologies; lawyers working with the LGBTQI community. This course may also be of interest to wills, estates, and trusts lawyers.
- barbara findlay, QC — barbara findlay, QC Law Office, Vancouver
- Michelle Kinney — Cassels Murray, Victoria
Live Webinar: $535
Live Course: $625
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