.a useful resource for academics, practitioners and policy makers alike, as well as the interested general public.an excellent teaching resource.the collections do a wonderful job of encouraging readers to think critically about regulatory issues around human reproductive science Julie McCandless Keele University Feminist Legal Studies October 2007 .this is an engaging and thought-provoking collection.the editors and contributors should be congratulated for producing a valuable addition to the burgeoning literature on reproductive choice and responsibility. Emily Jackson The Law Quarterly Review, Vol 123 April 07 Together, all [the] chapters create a rich source for anyone interested in how medically assisted conception has perhaps changed our way(s) of thinking about 'family', and what issues new policy should be seeking to address. Julie McCandless Feminist Legal Studies Vol 15. 2007 . anyone with an interest in human rights, reproduction and family life will find some rich and informative chapters in this collection. Emily Jackson European Human Rights Law Review 2007, 2 ...an important and stimulating book, particularly for those who have an interest in socio-legal studies. Expanding the discussion well beyond procreative autonomy and liberty rights, these highly informative essays address the changing social conceptions and legal regulation of family-making, as well as reproductive autonomy and parenthood. Ilke Ozdemir Social and Legal Studies 17 (3)
About the Author
J.R. Spencer, QC, is Professor of Law and a Fellow of Selwyn College, Cambridge University. Antje du Bois-Pedain is a Lecturer in Law and Fellow of Magdalene College, Cambridge University.