Men Who Give it Away: The Perils of Non-Anonymous Sperm Donation
Professor Joanna Grossman , of SMU Dedman School of Law, presented a working draft of her work Men Who Give it Away: The Perils of Non-Anonymous Sperm Donation. This work will consider the growing trend towards non-conventional sperm donation, the law’s current approach to the determination of parentage, and the problems with such an approach. It will propose new standards governing the parentage of children conceived with donor sperm.
From SMU Dedman School of Law, “Professor Grossman is the inaugural Ellen K. Solender Endowed Chair in Women and the Law and Professor of Law. After graduating with distinction from Stanford Law School, Professor Grossman began her career as a clerk for Ninth Circuit Judge William A. Norris. She also worked as staff counsel at the National Women’s Law Center in Washington, D.C. as a recipient of the Women’s Law and Public Policy Fellowship. In addition, she practiced law at the Washington, D.C. firm of Williams & Connolly LLP”.
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Grossman, Joanna, "Men Who Give it Away: The Perils of Non-Anonymous Sperm Donation" (2017). Faculty Workshops.
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