Doctoral Student at McGill University. Dissertation: Surrogate Motherhood in Theory and Practice: Exploring Preconceptions about Surrogacy in Canadian Law and Policy
Stefanie Carsley (email) is a doctoral candidate at McGill University’s Faculty of Law. Her research to-date has focused on Canadian law and policy responses to assisted procreation. Her work has been published in the Canadian Journal of Family Law, the Health Law Review and the University of British Columbia Law Review, and is forthcoming in the Dalhousie Law Journal. Her doctoral research is supported by the Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship and the Queen’s Fellowship from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC).