32 Pages Posted: 24 May 2010 Last revised: 18 Jun 2013
Date Written: May 23, 2010
The position of women and children at the heart of international commercial surrogacy requires a careful consideration of this market. In undertaking it, this Article considers the rights, interests, and obligations of the parties to a surrogacy, as well as the various opportunity costs of international commercial surrogacy. Such a discussion is particularly relevant today as India, a center of international surrogacy, begins to legislate on the subject, and relatedly, as American states continue to grapple with issues regarding surrogacy.
Keywords: family law, domestic relations, surrogacy, international commercial surrogacy, comparative law, infertility, parentage, assisted reproductive technology, alternative reproduction
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation
Ryznar, Margaret, International Commercial Surrogacy and Its Parties (May 23, 2010). John Marshall Law Review, Vol. 43, No. 4, pp. 1009-1039, 2010. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1614462