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  • 1. Reproductive Genetics Bibliography – Comprehensive Legal Alvare, Helen M., The Case for Regulating Collaborative Reproduction A Children’s Rights Perspective, 40 Harv. J. on Legis. 1 (2003) Anderlik, Mary R., Rothstein, Mark A., DNA-Based Identity Testing and the Future of the Family: A Research Agenda, 28 Am. J. L. and Med. 215 (2002) Andrews, Lori B., Douglass, Lisa Symposium on Biomedical Technology and Health Care: Social and Conceptual Transformations: Technical Article: Alternative Reproduction, 65 S. Cal. L. Rev. 623 (1991) Andrews, Lori B., Eighteenth Annual Health Law Symposium: Reproductive Technology Comes of Age, 21 Whittier L. Rev. 375 (1999) Appleton, Susan Frelich, "Planned Parenthood": Adoption, Assisted Reproduction, and the New Ideal Family, 1 Wash. U.J.L. & Pol'y 85 (1999) Archer, Colette, Scrambled Eggs: Defining Parenthood and Inheritance Rights of Children Born of Reproductive Technology, 3 Loy. J. Pub. Int. L. 152 (2002) Bender, Leslie, Genes, Parents, and Assisted Reproductive Technologies: ARTs, Mistakes, Sex, Race, & Law, 12 Colum. J. Gender & L. 1 (2003) Benjamin, Anna L., The Implications of Using the Medical Expense Deduction of I.R.C. 213 to Subsidize Assisted Reproductive Technology, 79 Notre Dame L. Rev. 1117 (2004) Bernstein, Gaia, The Socio-Legal Acceptance of New Technologies: A Close Look at Artificial Insemination, 77 Wash. L. Rev. 1035 (2002) Birck, Mary Lynne, Modern Reproductive Technologies and Motherhood: The Search for Common Ground and the Recognition of Difference, 62 U. Cin. L. Rev. 1623 (1994) Boult, Brenda E, The Need to Define the Terms 'Parent' and 'Parenthood,' 9 Med Law 1028 (1990) Brill, Laura A., When Will the Law Catch Up With Technology? Jaycee B. v. Superior Court of Orange County: An Urgent Cry for Legislation on Gestational Surrogacy, 39 Catholic Law. 241 (1999) Buss, Emily, "Parental" Rights, 88 Va. L. Rev. 635 (2002) Cahn, Naomi R., Parenthood, Genes, and Gametes: The Family Law and Trusts and Estates Perspectives, 32 U. Mem. L. Rev. 563 (2002)
  • 2. Updated December 2004 Carbone, June, Which Ties Bind? Redefining the Parent-Child Relationship in an Age of Genetic Uncertainty, 11 Wm. & Mary Bill of Rts. J. 1011 (2003) Charo, R. Alta, And Baby Makes Three – Or Four, or Five, or Six: Redefining the Family After the Reprotech Revolution, 15 Wis. Women's L.J. 231 (2000) Charo, R. Alta, Mommies Dearest, 1992 Wis. L. Rev. 233 (1992) Chestney, Elizabeth Siberry, The Right to Know One's Genetic Origin: Can, Should, or Must a State That Extends This Right to Adoptees Extend an Analogous Right to Children Conceived With Donor Gametes? 80 Tex. L. Rev. 365 (2001) Coleman, June, Playing God or Playing Scientist: A Constitutional Analysis of State Laws Banning Embryological Procedures, 27 Pac. L.J. 1331 (1996) Coleman, Malina, Gestation, Intent, and the Seed: Defining Motherhood in the Era of Assisted Human Reproduction, 17 Cardozo L. Rev. 497 (1996) Colker, Ruth, Pregnant Men Revisited or Sperm is Cheap, Eggs Are Not, 47 Hastings L.J. 1063 (1996) Connolly, Erin Lynn, Constitutional Issues Raised by State's Exclusion of Fertility Drugs from Medicaid Coverage in Light of Mandated Coverage of Viagra, 54 Vand. L. Rev. 451 (2001) Cork, Kerry, Test-Tube Parents: Collaborative Reproduction in Minnesota, 22 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 1535 (1996) Cucci, Nicole L., Constitutional Implications of In Vitro Fertilization Procedures, 72 St. John's L. Rev. 417 (1998) Daar, Judith F., Assisted Reproductive Technologies and the Pregnancy Process: Developing an Equality Model to Protect Reproductive Liberties, 25 Am. J.L. & Med. 455 (1999) Davis Moriarty, Mary Ann, Address In Vitro Fertilization and the Problem of Multiple Gestations, 18 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 503 (1999) DeLair, Catherine, Ethical, Moral, Economic, and Legal Barriers to Assisted Reproductive Technologies Employed by Gay Men and Lesbian Women, 4 DePaul J. Health Care L. 147 (2000) Deutscher, Rena, Are You My Mother? The Legal Obstacles of Assisted Reproductive Technology, 4 Suffolk J. Trial & App. Adv. 311 (1999) Dolgin, Janet L., An Emerging Consensus: Reproductive Technology and the Law, 23 Vt. L. Rev. 225 (1998) 2
  • 3. Updated December 2004 Dolgin, Janet L., Choice, Tradition, and the New Genetics: The Fragmentation of the Ideology of Family, 32 Conn. L. Rev. 523 (2000) Dolgin, Janet L., Suffer the Children: Nostalgia, Contradiction, and the New Reproductive Technologies, 28 Ariz. St. L.J. 473 (1996) Dolgin, Janet L., The "Intent" of Reproduction: Reproductive Technologies and the Parent-Child Bond, 26 Conn. L. Rev. 1261 (1994) Dunn, Sarah L., The "ART" of Procreation: Why Assisted Reproductive Technology Allows for the Preservation of Female Prisoners' Right to Procreate, 70 Fordham L. Rev. 2561 (2002) Eggen, Jean Macchiaroli, The "Orwellian Nightmare" Reconsidered: A Proposed Regulatory Framework for the Advanced Reproductive Technologies, 25 Ga. L. Rev. 625 (1991) Eisenberg, Michael E., What’s Mine is Mine and What’s Yours is Mine – Examining Inhertance Rights by Intestate Succession from Children Conceived Through Assisted Reproduction Under Florida Law, 3 Barry L. Rev. 127 (2002) Ellis, Matthew, In Vitro Fertilization and Consent Agreements: Where Does California Stand, 42 Santa Clara L. Rev. 1191 (2002) Erb, B. Jason, Deconstructing the Human Egg: The FDA's Regulation of Scientifically Created Babies, 5 Roger Williams U.L. Rev. 273 (1999) Escuder, Jaime, Prisoner Parents: An Argument for Extending the Right to Procreate to Incarcerated Men and Women, U Chi Legal F 271 (2002) Esfandiary, Renee C., The Changing World of Genetics and Abortion: Why the Women's Movement Should Advocate for Limitations on the Right to choose in the Area of Genetic Technology, 4 Wm. & Mary J. of Women & L. 499 (1998) Faulkner, F. Barrett, Applying Old Law to New Births: Protecting the Interests of Children Born Through New Reproductive Technology, 2 J. High Tech. L. 27 (2003) Fiandaca, Sherylynn, In Vitro Fertilization and Embryos: The Need for International Guidelines, 8 Alb. L.J. Sci. & tech. 337 (1998) Field, Martha, Reproductive Technologies and Surrogacy: Legal Issues, 25 Creighton L. Rev. 1589 (1992) Florencio, Patrik S., Genetics, Parenting, and Children's Rights in the Twenty-First Century, 45 McGill L.J. 527 (2000) Fraser, Melissa E., Gender Inequality in In Vitro Fertilization: Controlling Women's Reproductive Autonomy, 2 N.Y. City L. Rev. 183 (1998) 3
  • 4. Updated December 2004 Frey, Kelly L., New Reproductive Technologies: The Legal Problem and a Solution, 49 Tenn. L. Rev. 303 (1982) Garrison, Marsha, Law Making for Baby Making: An Interpretive Approach to the Determination of Legal Parentage, 113 Harv. L. Rev. 835 (2000) Gillers, Shoshana L., A Labor Theory of Legal Parenthood, 110 Yale L.J. 691 (2001) Ginsburg, Karen M., FDA Approved? A Critique of the Artificial Insemination Industry in the United States, 30 U. Mich. J.L. Ref. 823 (1997) Godoy, Virginia, Where is Biotechnology Taking the Law? An Overview of Assisted Reproductive Technology, Research on Frozen Embryos and Human Cloning, 19 J. Juv. L. 357 (1998) Gowri, Aditi, Reproduction, Rights, and Public Policy: A Framework for Assessment, 35 Tex. Int'l L.J. 13 (2000) Hale, Jerald V., From Baby M. to Jaycee B.: Fathers, Mothers, and Children in the Brave New World, 24 Contemp. L. 335 (1998) Havins, Weldon E., James J. Dalessio, The Ever-Widening Gap Between the Science of Artificial Reproductive Technology and the Laws Which Govern That Technology, 48 DePaul L. Rev. 825 (1999) Havins, Weldon E., Reproductive Surrogacy at the Millennium: Proposed Model Legislation Regulating "Non-Traditional" Gestational Surrogacy Contracts, 31 McGeorge L. Rev. 673 (2000) Hecht, Alexander N., The Wild Wild West: Inadequate Regulation of Assisted Reproductive Technology, 1 Hous. J. Health L. & Pol'y 227 (2001) Heitman, Elizabeth, Symposium: Infertility as a Public Health Problem: Why Assisted Reproductive Technologies Are Not the Answer, 6 Stan. L. & Pol'y Rev 89 (1995) Hemphill, Lisa, American Abortion Law Applied to New Reproductive Technology, 32 Jurimetrics J. 361 (1991) Hicks, Stephen C., Law, Policy and Personhood in the Context of the Techniques of Human Experimentation in Modern Medicine, 19 Capital Univ. L. Rev. 255 (1990) Hurwitz, Ilana, Collaborative Reproduction: Finding the Child in the Maze of Legal Motherhood, 33 Conn. L. Rev. 127 (2000) 4
  • 5. Updated December 2004 Huse, Stacey A., The Need for Regulation in the Fertility Industry, 35 U. of Louisville J. of Family L. 555 (1996/1997) Ikemoto, Lisa C., The Code of Perfect Pregnancy: At the Intersection of the Ideology of Motherhood, the Practice of Defaulting to Science, and the Interventionst Mindset of Law, 53 Ohio St. L.J. 1205 (1992) Ikemoto, Lisa C., The In/Fertile, the Too Fertile, and the Dysfertile, 47 Hastings L.J. 1007 (1996) Ingram, John Dwight, In Vitro Fertilization: Problems and Solutions, 98 Dickinson L. Rev. 67 (1993) Jain, John, Eighteenth Annual Health Law Syposium: The Future of Assisted Reproductive Technologies, 21 Whittier L. Rev. 435 (1999) Jayson, Sherri A., "Loving Infertile Couple Seeks Woman Age 18-31 to Help Have Baby. $6,500 Plus Expenses and a Gift": Should We Regulate the Use of Assisted Reproductive Technologies By Older Women? 11 Alb. L.J. Sci. & Tech. 287 (2001) Jellinek, Megan Anne, Disease Prevention and the Genetic Revolution: Defining a Parental Right to Protect the Bodily Integrity of Future Children, 27 Hastings Const. L.Q. 369 (2000) Jones, Howard W., Symposium on John A. Robertson's Children of Choice: Children of Choice: A Doctor's Perspective, 52 Wash & Lee L. Rev. 225 (1995) Katers, Laura M., Arguing the "Obvious" in Wisconsin: Why State Regulation of Assisted Reproductive Technology Has Not Come to Pass, and How It Should, 2000 Wis. L. Rev. 441 (2000) Katz, Katheryn D., Ghost Mothers: Human Egg Donation and the Legacy of the Past, 57 Alb. L. Rev. 733 (1994) Laabs, Audra Elizabeth, Lesbian ART, 19 Law & Ineq. J. 65 (2001) Lacey, Linda J., "O Wind, Remind Him That I Have No Child": Infertility and Feminist Jurisprudence, 5 Mich. J. Gender & L. 163 (1998) Lal, Meena, The Role of the Federal Government in Assisted Reproductive Technologies, 13 Computer & High Tech. L.J. 517 (1997) Langley, Dena Beth, In Vitro Fertilization: Eliminating the Current State of Limbo Between Pre- embryonic Rights and the Fundamental Right to Procreate, 26 Wake Forest L. Rev. 1217 (1991) Larkey, Amy M., Redefining Motherhood: Determining Legal Maternity in Gestational Surrogacy Arrangements, 51 Drake L. Rev. 605 (2003) 5
  • 6. Updated December 2004 Lezin, Justyn, (Mis)Conceptions: Unjust Limitations on Legally Unmarried Women's Access to Reproductive Technology and Their Use of Known Donors, 14 Hastings Women's L.J. 185 (2003) Lieber, Katherine B., Selling the Womb: Can the Feminist Critique of Surrogacy Be Answered? 68 Indiana L. J. 205 (1992) Liebler, Raizel, Are You My Parent? Are You My Child? The Role of Genetics and Race in Defining Relationships After Reproductive Technological Mistakes, 5 DePaul J. Health Care L. 15 (2002) Lilith, Ryiah, The G.I.F.T. of Two Biological and Legal Mothers, 9 Am. U.J. Gender Soc. Pol'y & L. 207 (2001) Lupton, M.L., Artificial Reproduction and the Family of the Future, 17 Med Law 93 (1998) Lupton, M.L., Artificial Wombs: Medical Miracle, Legal Nightmare, 16 Med Law 621 (1997) Manus, Murray L., The Proposed Model Surrogate Parenthood Act: A Legislative Response to the Challenges of Reproductive Technology, 29 U. Mich. J.L. Ref. 671 (1996) Mazzone, Jason, Towards A Social Capital Theory of Law: Lessons From Collaborative Reproduction, 39 Santa Clara L. Rev. 1 (1998) McCormick, S.J., Richard A., Reproductive Technologies: Where Are We Headed? 45 Loy. L. Rev. 269 (1999) Meilander, Gilbert, Symposium on John A. Robertson's Children of Choice: Products of the Will: Robertson's Children of Choice, 52 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 173 (1995) Morgan, Derek, A Surrogacy Issue: Who is the Other Mother? 8 Intl. J. L. & Family 386 (1994) Noah, Lars, Assisted Reproductive Technologies and the Pitfalls of Unregulated Biomedical Innovation, 55 Fla. L. Rev. 603 (2003) Noble-Allgire, Alice M., Switched at the Fertility Clinic: Determining Maternal Rights When A Child is Born From Stolen or Misdelivered Genetic Material, 64 Mo. L. Rev. 517 (1999) Norton, Fred, Assisted Reproduction and the Frustration of Genetic Affinity: Interest, Injury, and Damages, 74 N.Y.U. L.Rev. 793 (1999) Orentlicher, David, Beyond Cloning: Expanding Reproductive Options for Same-Sex Couples, 66 Brooklyn L. Rev. 651 (2001) Orentlicher, David, Cloning and the Preservation of Family Integrity, 59 La. L. Rev. 1019 (1999) 6
  • 7. Updated December 2004 Paine, Shirley J., Moore, Patrick K., Hill, David L., Ethical Dilemmas in Reproductive Medicine, 18 Whittier L. Rev. 51 (1996) Palmer, Larry I., A Rejoinder, 35 Jurimetrics J. 51 (1994) Palmer, Larry I., Who Are the Parents of Biotechnological Children, 35 Jurimetrics Journal 17 (1994) Pelias, Mary Z., Margaret M. DeAngeles, Pushing the Boundaries: An Interdisciplinary Examination of New Reproductive Technology: The New Genetic Technologies: New Options, New Hope, and New Challenges, 45 Loy. L. Rev. 287 (1999) Peters, Philip G., Jr., Harming Future Persons: Obligations to the Children of Reproductive Technology, 8 S. Cal. Interdis. L.J. 375 (1999) Pinchuk, Stacey, A Difficult Choice in a Different Voice: Multiple Births, Selective Reduction and Abortion, 7 Duke J. Gender L. & Pol'y 29 (2000) Pitt, Jonathan B., Fragmenting Procreation, 108 Yale L.J. 1893 (1999) Pratt, Katherine T., Inconceivable? Deducting the Costs of Fertility Treatment, 89 Cornell L. Rev. 1121 (2004) Purdy, Laura M., Symposium on John A. Roberston's Children of Choice: Children of Choice: Whose Children? At What Cost? 52 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 197 (1995) Rae, Scott B., Parental Rights and the Definition of Motherhood in Surrogate Motherhood, 2 S.Cal. Rev. L. & Women 219 (1993-1994) Rao, Radhika, Assisted Reproductive Technology and the Threat to the Traditional Family, 47 Hastings L.J. 951 (1996) Roberts, Dorothy E., The Genetic Tie, 62 U. Chi. L. Rev. 209 (1995) Robertson, John A., Assisted Reproductive Technology and the Family, 47 Hastings L.J. 911 (1996) Robertson, John A., Embryos, Families, and Procreative Liberty: The Legal Structure of the New Reproduction, 59 S. Cal. L. Rev. 942 (1986) Robertson, John A., Liberalism and the Limits of Procreative Liberty: A Response to My Critics, 52 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 233 (1995) Robertson, John A., Procreative Liberty and Harm to Offspring in Assisted Reproduction, 30 Am. J. L. and Med. 7 (2004) 7
  • 8. Updated December 2004 Robertson, John A., Procreative Liberty and Human Genetics, 39 Emory L.J. 697 (1990) Robertson, John A., Procreative Liberty and the Control of Conception, Pregnancy, and Childbirth, 69 Va. L. Rev. 405 (1983) Rodgers, Karen T., Embryo Theft: The Misappropriation of Human Eggs at an Irvine Fertility Clinic Has Raised a Host of New Legal Concerns for Infertile Couples Using New Reproductive Technologies, 26 Sw. U.L. Rev. 1133 (1997) Rogers, Brie S., The Presumption of Paternity in Child Support Cases: A Triumph of Law Over Biology, 70 U. Cin. L. Rev. 1151 (2002) Rorty, Mary V., Pinkerton, JoAnn V., Elective Fetal Reduction: The Ultimate Elective Surgery, 13 J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol'y 53 (1996) Rosato, Jennifer L., The Children of ART (Assisted Reproductive Technology): Should the Law Protect Them From Harm? 2004 Utah L. Rev. 572004 Schiff, Anne Reichman, Solomonic Decisions in Egg Donation: Unscrambling the Conundrum of Legal Maternity, 80 Iowa L. Rev. 265 (1995) Schlee, Jessica Ann, Genetic Testing: Technology That Is Changing the Adoption Process, 18 N.Y.L. Sch. J. Hum. Rts. 133 (2001) Seavello, Suzanne F., Are You My Mother? A Judge's Decision in In Vitro Fertilization Surrogacy, 3 Hastings Women's L. J. 211 (1992) Shapiro, Michael H., Illicit Reasons and Means for Reproduction: On Excessive Choice and Categorical and Technological Imperatives, 47 Hastings L.J. 1081 (1996) Shapo, Helene S., Matters of Life and Death: Inheritance Consequences of Reproductive Technologies, 25 Hofstra L. Rev. 1091 (1997) Sheldon, John C., Surrogate Mothers, Gestational Carriers, and a Pragmatic Adaptation of the Uniform Parentage Act of 2000, 53 Me. L. Rev. 523 (2001) Shepherd, Lois, Protecting Parents' Freedom to Have Children With Genetic Differences, U. Ill. L. Rev. 761 (1995) Shutz, Marjorie Maguire, Reproductive Technology and Intent-Based Parenthood: An Opportunity for Gender Neutrality, Wis. L. Rev. 297 (1990) Silver, Lee M., How Reprogenetics Will Transform the American Family, 27 Hofstra L.Rev. 649 (1999) 8
  • 9. Updated December 2004 Snyder, Rebecca S., Reproductive Technology and Stolen Ova: Who is the Mother? 16 Law & Ineq. J. 289 (1998) Spoerl, Joseph S., Making Laws on Making Babies: Ethics, Public Policy, and Reproductive Technology, 45 Am. J. Juris. 93 (2000) Stempel, Vincent F., Procreative Rights in Assisted Reproductive Technology: Why the Angst? 62 Alb. L. Rev. 1187 (1999) Storrow, Richard F., Parenthood By Pure Intention: Assisted Reproduction and the Functional Approach to Parentage, 53 Hastings L.J. 597 (2002) Strong, Carson, Too Many Twins, Triplets, Quadruplets, and So On: A Call for New Priorities, 31 J.L. Med. & Ethics 272 (2003) Strouse, Daniel S., Egg Donation, Motherhood and State Law Reform: A Commentary on Professor Palmer's Proposals, 35 Jurimetrics J. 31 (1994) Tischler, Rhonda S., Infertility: A Forgotten Disability? 41 Wayne L. Rev. 249 (1994) Triber, Gregory A., Growing Pains: Disputes Surrounding Human Reproductive Interests Stretch the Boundaries of Traditional Legal Concepts, 23 Seton Hall Legis. J. 103 (1998) Velte, Kyle C., Egging on Lesbian Maternity: The Legal Implications of Tri-Gametic In Vitro Fertilization, 7 Am. U.J. Gender Soc. Pol'y & L. 431 (1998/1999) Waldman, Ellen A., Family Law Conundrums in Assisted Reproduction, 21 Whittier L. Rev. 451 (1999) Waldman, Ellen, Women and Family Law: King Solomon in the Age of Assisted Reproduction, 24 T. Jefferson L. Rev. 217 (2002) Wikler, Daniel, Policy Issues in Donor Insemination, 6 Stan. L. & Pol'y Rev. 47 (1995) Young, Alison Harvison, Reconceiving the Family: Challenging the Paradigm of the Exclusive Family, 6 Am. U.J. Gender & Law 505 (1998) Ziker, Dana, Appropriate Aims: Setting Boundaries for Reprogenetic Technology, Duke L. & Tech. Rev. 11 (2002) Arado, Thomas D., Frozen Embryos and Divorce: Technological Marvel Meets the Human Condition, 21 N. Ill. U.L. Rev. 241 (2001) Batsedis, Olga, Embryo Adoption: A Science Fiction or an Alternative to Traditional Adoption? 41 Fam. Ct. Rev. 565 (2003) 9
  • 10. Updated December 2004 Brandimarte, Luigi, Sperm Plus Egg Equals One "Boiled" Debate: Kass v. Kass and the Fate of the Frozen Pre-Zygotes, 17 N.Y.L.Sch. J. Hu, Rts. 767 (2000) Coleman, Carl H., Procreative Liberty and Contemporaneous Choice: An Inalienable Rights Approach to Frozen Embryo Disputes, 84 Minn. L. Rev. 55 (1999) Davidoff, Bill E., Frozen Embryos: A Need for Thawing in the Legislative Process, 47 SMU L. Rev. 131 (1993) Feiler, Christine L., Human Embryo Experimentation: Regulation and Relative Rights, 66 Fordham L. Rev. 2435 (1998) Feistal, David H., A Solomonic Decision: What Will Be the Fate of Frozen Preembryos? 6 Cardozo Women's L.J. 103 (1999) Fetty, Jeremy L., A "Fertile" Question: Are Contracts Regarding the Disposition of Preembryos Worth the Paper Upon Which They Are Written? 2001 L. Rev. M.S.U.-D.C.L. 1001 (2001) Fleming, Noel A., Navigating the Slippery Slope of Frozen Embryo Disputes: The Case for a Contractual Approach, 75 Temple L. Rev. 345 (2002) Forster, Heidi, The Legal and Ethical Debate Surrounding the Storage and Destruction of Frozen Human Embryos: A Reaction to the Mass Disposal in Britain and the Lack of Law in the United States, 76 Wash. U. L. Q. 759 (1998) Gorny, Jill R., The Fate of Surplus Cryopreserved Embryos: What is the Superior Alternative for their Disposition? 37 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 459 (2004) Haslett, Tracy, J.B. v. M.B.: The enforcement of disposition contracts and the competing interests of the right to procreate and the right not to procreate where donors of genetic material dispute the disposition of unused preembryos, 20 Temp. Envtl. L. & Tech. J. 195 (2002) Haut, Mark C., Divorce and the Disposition of Frozen Embryos, 28 Hofstra L. Rev. 493 (1999) Hodges, Jennifer, Thursday's Child: Litigation Over Possession of Cryopreserved Embryos as a Call for Legislation, 40 Santa Clara L. Rev. 257 (1999) Issa, Fazila, To Dispose or Not to Dispose: Questioning the Fate of Preembryos After a Divorce in J.B. v. M.B. 39 Hous. L. Rev. 1549 (2003) Johnson, Naomi D., Excess Embryos: Is Embryo Adoption A New Solution or a Temporary Fix? 68 Brooklyn L. Rev. 853 (2003) Johnson, Naomi D., Excess Embryos: Is Embryo Adoption a New Solution or a Temporary Fix? 68 Brooklyn L. Rev. 853 (2003) 10
  • 11. Updated December 2004 Kaplan, Shana, From A to Z: Analysis of Massachusetts' Approach to the Enforceability of Cryopreserved Pre-Embryo Dispositional Agreements, 81 B.U.L. Rev. 1093 (2001) Katz, Donna A., My Egg, Your Sperm, Whose Preembryo? 5 Va. J. Soc. Pol'y & L. 623 (1998) Kindregan, Jr., Charles P., McBrien, Maureen, Embryo Donation: Unresolved Legal Issues in the Transfer of Surplus Cryopreserved Embryos, 49 Vill. L. Rev. 169 (2004) Kindregan, Jr., Charles P., McBrien, Maureen, Embryo Donation: Unresolved Legal Issues in the Transfer of Surplus Cryopreserved Embryos, 49 Vill. L. Rev. 169 (2004). Kuo, Lee, Lessons Learned from Great Britain's Human Fertilization and Embryology Act: Should the United States Regulate the Fate of Unused Frozen Embryos? 19 Loy. L.A. Int'l & Comp. L.J. 1027 (1997) Lawrence, Christina C., Procreative Liberty and the Preembryo Problem: Developing a Medical and Legal Framework to Settle the Disposition of Frozen Preembryos, 52 Case W. Res. 721 (2002) Lyon, Kate W., Babies on Ice: The Legal Status of Frozen Embryos Involved in Custody Disputes During Divorce, 21 Whittier L. Rev. 695 (2000) Madden Melchoir, Jill, Cryogenically Preserved Embryos in Dispositional Disputes and the Supreme Court: Breaking Impossible Ties, 68 U. Cin. L. Rev. 921 (2000) Malo, Peter E., Deciding Custody of Frozen Embryos: Many Eggs Are Frozen But Who Is Chosen? 3 DePaul J. Health Care L. 307 (2000) Medenwald, Jennifer L., A "Frozen Exception" for the Frozen Embryo: The Davis "Reasonable Alternatives Exception," 76 Ind. L.J. 507 (2001) Mietling Eget, Margie, The Solomon Decision: A Study of Davis v. Davis, 42 Mercer L. Rev. 1128 (1991) Muller, Robert J., Davis v. Davis: The Applicability of Privacy and Property Rights to the Disposition of Frozen Preembryos in Intrafamilial Disputes, 24 U. Tol. L. Rev. 763 (1993) Pachman, Tracey S., Disputes Over Frozen Preembryos & the "Right Not to be a Parent", Pachman, Tracey S., Disputes Over Frozen Preembryos & the “Right Not to be a Parent,” 12 Colum. J. Gender & L. 128 (2003) Pitrolo, Elizabeth Ann, The Birds, The Bees, and the Deep Freeze: Is There International Consensus in the Debate Over Assisted Reproductive Technologies? 19 Hous. J. Int'l L. 147 (1996) 11
  • 12. Updated December 2004 Prygoski, Philip J., The Implications of Davis v. Davis For Reproductive Rights Analysis, 61 Tenn. L. Rev. 609 (1994) Ray, Becky A., Embryo Adoptions: Thawing Inactive Legislatures With A Proposed Uniform Law 28 S. Ill. U. L. J. 423 (2004) Redman, Paul C., Redman, Lauren Fielder, Seeking a Better Solution for the Disposition of Frozen Embryos: Is Embryo Adoption the Answer? 35 Tulsa L.J. 583 (2000) Robertson, John A., Prior Agreements for Disposition of Frozen Embryos, 51 Ohio St L.J. 407 (1990) Robertson, John A., Recommitment Strategies for Disposition of Frozen Embryos, 50 Emory L.J. 989 (2001) Shapo, Helene S., Frozen Pre-Embryos and the Right to Change One's Mind, 12 Duke J. Comp. & Int'l L. 75 (2002) Sheinbach, Donna M., Examining Disputes Over Ownership Rights to Frozen Embryos: Will Prior Consent Documents Survive If Challenged By State Law and/or Constitutional Principles? 48 Cath. U. L. Rev. 989 (1999) Steinberg, Daniel I., Divergent Conceptions: Procreational Rights and Disputes Over the Fate of Frozen Embryos, 7 B.U. Pub. Int. L.J. 315 (1998) Stolier, Jennifer M., Disputing Frozen Embryos: Using International Perspectives to Formulate Uniform U.S. Policy, 9 Tul. Int'l & Comp. L. 459 (2001) Stoltzfus Jost, Timothy, Rights of Embryo and Foetus in Private Law, 50 Am. J. Comp. L. 633 (2002) Sublett, Michelle F., Frozen Embryos: What Are They and How Should the Law Treat Them, 38 Cleveland State L. Rev. 585 (1990) Theyssen, David L., Balancing Interests in Frozen Embryo Disputes: Is Adoption Really a Reasonable Alternative, 74 Ind. L.J. 711 (1999) Thomas, Lynn M., Abandoned Frozen Embryos and Texas Law of Abandoned Personal Property: Should There Be A Connection? 29 St. Mary's L.J. 255 (1997) Vinciguerra, Joshua S., Showing "Special Respect" - Permitting the Gestation of Abandoned Preembryos, 9 Alb. L.J. Sci. & Tech 399 Waldman, Ellen A., Disputing Over Embryos: Of Contracts and Consents, 32 Ariz. St. L.J. 897 (2000) 12
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