• Family Law – 6604

    Fall 2012




  • Subject Area
    • Family & Property Law
    • Health Law & Bioethics *
    Student Year
    Upper Division
    Course type
This course examines the law’s regulation of families, de jure and de facto, their creation, dissolution, what it means to become a family member and what it means to cease to be one. It introduces the historical development of fundamental constitutional rights implicating families, assisted means of reproduction, adoption, and surrogacy.

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