About This Course

Attorneys are encouraged to attend this program and learn how the recent Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision may affect family law and health law practice. This program will review how the status of the fetus affects a variety of legal doctrines including custody, premarital agreements, embryo disposition, health care decision-making, the right to travel, privacy, and other issues. Attorneys from all levels of experience who specialize in family law, and health law, as well as those interested in the evolving post-Dobbs jurisprudence, should attend this cutting-edge program.

Learning Objectives:

  • Analyze how a change in the status of embryos and fetuses changes legal doctrine.

  • Identify the legal implications for drafting family law agreements.

  • Explore the legal implications for handling pregnancies.

  • Implementing the right to travel and how to best advise your clients.

The course is currently pending for Virginia. 

Live CLE Program0 Credits/Hours

October 14, 2022

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET

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Videoconference

Online CLE Credits in This Bundle 0 Credits/Hours