Transforming Law 's Family : The Legal Recognition Of A Planned Lesbian Parenthood

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Critical Review of Transforming Law’s Family Victory Nedion WMST-CAST 3969H Trent University Professor: Megan Gaucher October 28, 2014 TITLE: Transforming Law 's Family: The Legal Recognition of Planned Lesbian Parenthood. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2011. 213 pp., AUTHOR: Fiona Kelly REVIEW: by Victory Nedion Transforming Law 's Family is a book that examines the specific difficulties confronted by planned lesbian families as they endeavor to characterize their parental rights and explore a family legal framework that does not generally grasp option types of parentage. Fiona Kelly, an associate educator in the faculty of law at the University of British Columbia is the author of the book. With her critical awareness of the law’s breaking points, joined empirical research, and hypothetical engagement, to argue the lawful issues raised by lesbian parenthood, focusing principally on legal parentage. The book is broken down into six chapters. the first chapter discuss the legal and social context of planned lesbian parenthood , the second chapter talked about the terms of gay and lesbian family social

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