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Special issue Contemporary Issues in Law

Published: 5 December 2018

Southampton Law School lecturer, Claire Lougarre, and Natasha Hammond-Browning of the University of Gloucestershire recently co-edited a special issue Contemporary Issues in Law on ‘Reproductive Futures: Reproductive Choices?’.

This special issue also features an article by Claire, whose primary research expertise lies at the intersection of human rights law and health. Her paper is titled: ‘The protection of sexual and reproductive health in European human rights law’.  A full list of articles in the issue is shown below:

Guest Editors' Foreword

Dr Natasha Hammond-Browning and Dr Claire Lougarre


· The protection of sexual and reproductive health in European human rights law: perspectives from the council of Europe

Dr Claire Lougarre Southampton Law School, University of Southampton

· The language of collaborative reproduction: written 'voices' reframing international surrogacy

Dr Rita D'Alton-Harrison Royal Holloway School of Law, Royal Holloway, University of London

· Surrogacy 2.0: what can the law learn from lived experience?

Dr Kirsty Horsey Reader in Law, Kent Law School, University of Kent

· Choosing deafness? A liberal exploration of the legal prohibition on selection for disability in England and Wales

Dr Nicola Williams, Department of Politics, Philosophy, and Religion, Lancaster University

· A new dawn? Ectogenesis, future children and reproductive choice

Dr Natasha Hammond-Browning School of Law, University of Gloucestershire

· Reflecting on reproductive futures

Professor Marie Fox School of Law & Social Justice, University of Liverpool

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