Natalie took part in a panel discussion on known donation for the Progress Educational Trust’s event in September 2020.
The conference presented the Morgan Centre’s latest research into the experiences and perspectives of egg and sperm donors, the first major study of its kind since the move toward identity-release donation in the UK.
Our directors Helen Prosser and Natalie Gamble were delighted to join Deaf LGBTQIA for an online seminar about surrogacy as part of their series on LGBT family building.
Would you like to hear more about surrogacy in the UK? UK surrogacy agency Brilliant Beginnings and law firm NGA Law, have teamed up with Herts and Essex Fertility Centre to bring you information on all the key things to consider.
Our founders Helen Prosser and Natalie Gamble were delighted to speak to the Fertility 2020 conference in Edinburgh – the joint national conference of the British Fertility Society, Association of Clinical Embryologists and the Society for Reproduction and Fertility, attended by more than 800 delegates from fertility clinics across the UK.
Brilliant Beginnings and NGA Law were delighted to host the Law Commission’s first consultation event on surrogacy law reform this evening at our London office.