UTS LSS Speaker Series III: Reproductive Technologies & the Law
5 October, 2016
Building 5 Level 1 Room 13
UTS Law Students Society
The UTS LSS are proud to bring you the third and final instalment of the most anticipated educational event of the year, Speaker Series III: Reproductive Technologies and the Law.
This exciting discussion will specifically examine the issues of designer babies, surrogacy, cloning and IVF.
Be sure to register your attendance using the link to guarantee a spot! Registration is also essential if you want to claim those coveted 5 ROJ Points for the Brennan Program: https://aesthetix.wufoo.com/forms/z1xwqi7l0szdrea/
You can look forward to being enlightened and entertained with a panel of exciting speakers who will answer your all your burning questions.
The UTS LSS warmly welcomes the following Speakers:
- Professor Isabel Karpin (UTS Law Academic)
- Jeremy Kirk SC (Barrister)
- Sam Everingham (Global Director and Founder of Families through Surrogacy)
- Miranda Kaye (UTS Law Academic and Research Assistant)
- Katie Nejaim, final year BSci/Law student
The event will kick off at 5:30pm with canapes, followed by the Q&A panel discussion. The event is anticipated to finish around 8:30pm.
The event is completely free, so bring your friends along and come and enjoy evening of interesting discussion.
If you have any questions, please email Nick at firstname.lastname@example.org