Do you live in Scotland and are you looking into surrogacy as an option for becoming parents? Or have you realised your dream of parenthood through surrogacy?
Well, an event being held in September at the University of Aberdeen could see you helping to shape the future of surrogacy law across the UK.
The Law Commission and the Scottish Law Commission are undertaking a joint legislative project, the objective of which is to reform the UK laws on surrogacy.
Campaigners have long called for a reform of the surrogacy laws, which they believe to be outdated and in urgent need of updating.
As part of this law reform project the commissions are seeking to consult relevant stakeholders, including interested academics and legal practitioners, but also members of general public.
Owing to her previous research in this area, Dr Katarina Trimmings is assisting them and has organised a stakeholder consultation event in Aberdeen.
The consultation event will take place on Tuesday, September 10 from 1pm to 3pm at the Sir Duncan Rice Library meeting room.
To register your interest, contact Dr Katarina Trimmings: firstname.lastname@example.org