Introducing Guest Blogger Richard Storrow
I am delighted to welcome Richard Storrow, Professor of Law at City University of New York School of Law, who will be blogging with us this month. Professor Storrow brings human rights and social justice perspectives to his comparative scholarship on the regulation of assisted reproduction. His recent articles have explored the legal dimensions of crossborder reproductive care, the use of the proportionality principle by European courts reviewing restrictions on assisted reproduction, and the resurrection of illegitimacy classifications in the regulation of international commercial surrogacy. During the fall of 2010, he was a Fulbright Scholar to Spain where he conducted research on the development of the Spanish law of human assisted reproduction. Storrow teaches courses in property, real estate transactions, wills and trusts, family law, and reproductive technology. He is a graduate of Columbia Law School.
Professor Storrow’s recent publications include:
The Proportionality Problem in Cross-Border Reproductive Care, in The Globalization of Health Care: Legal and Ethical Issues (I. Glenn Cohen ed., 2013).
New Thinking on Commercial Surrogacy, 88 INDIANA L.J. 1281 (2013).
Religion, Feminism and Abortion: The Regulation of Assisted Reproduction in Two Catholic Countries, 42 RUTGERS L.J. 725 (2012).
“The Phantom Children of the Republic”: Surrogacy, Globalization and the New Illegitimacy, 20 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF GENDER, SOCIAL POLICY & THE LAW 561 (2012).
Medical Conscience and the Policing of Parenthood, 16 WILLIAM & MARY JOURNAL OF WOMEN & THE LAW 369 (2010).
Therapeutic Reproduction and Human Dignity, 20 LAW & LITERATURE 257-274 (2009).
You can find his SSRN page here.