Charlotte Cheshire


The surrogacy debate: is the law fit for purpose?

The UK’s surrogacy legal framework does not protect the reproductive autonomy of the parties involved. Reform to ensure parental orders are in place before birth would adequately respect the choices of surrogates and commissioning couples instead of the legislature overlooking the presence of such arrangements and forcing people to go abroad where there are less […]Read More

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A dissection of divorce law reform

Divorce law reform: looking towards a broken future or rightly rectifying past shortcomings? Assessing the fault-based system The purgative effects of allocating accountability, and arguably allowing for justice to prevail with statutes apportioning punishment unto the guilty party, have made the fault-based system (FBS) robust in maintaining its place in statutes. However, apportioning blame may […]Read More