The Baby Market: The Future of High-Tech and Low-Tech Markets in Children

Biotech Symposium 2005The Baby Market: The Future of High-Tech and Low-Tech Markets in Children

February 14, 2008

Thurgood Marshall Keynote Speaker Sponsor & Symposium Co-Sponsor: Black Law Students Association
Additional Co-Sponsors: Christian Legal Society; Law, Science, and Technology Society; Women in Law

Time Topic Speakers
8:45 AM Greetings and Overview of the Day  
9:00 AM Progress and Pitfalls in Emerging Reproductive Technologies Judith Daar
Visiting Professor, UCLA Law
10:00 AM  Let’s Keep Law Out of Baby-Making: The Case for Non-Regulation Greg Pence
Professor of Philosophy, University of Alabama at Birmingham
11:00 AM Thurgood Marshall Keynote Speaker

Prosecuting The Womb: Race and Reproduction

Michele Goodwin
Visiting Professor, University of Chicago Law School
12:15 PM Lunch Great Room - co-sponsored by BLSA and the Center for Biotechnology, Law, and Ethics
1:30 PM Documentary Film “A Baby Market” Dohle
Commentator
3:00 PM Money, Markets, and Intercountry Adoption David Smolin
Professor of Law, Cumberland School of Law
4:00 PM End of Symposium  

 

 



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