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SOAZ Membership Meeting and Luncheon - October

When:
Monday, October 16, 2017, 11:45 AM until 1:00 PM
Where:
YWCA
YWCA of Tucson
525 N Bonita Ave
Tucson, AZ  85745

520.884.7810
Category:
Southern Arizona Luncheon
Registration is required by Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Payment In Advance Or At Event
Cancellation Policy:
Cancellations are accepted. You must get an email confirmation that your cancellation has been accepted PRIOR to the cutoff date. AWLA must pre-order seats depending on reservations and are therefore required to pay for those seats. Therefore, if you are registered, you will be billed whether you attend or not.
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SOAZ OCTOBER MEMBERSHIP MEETING AND LUNCHEON

THIRD PARTY REPRODUCTION AND THE CHALLENGES WHEN MEDICAL ADVANCES OUTPACE THE LAW

PRESENTED BY

 Heather M. Strickland  Dr. Scot Hutchison
 Heather M. Strickland Dr. Scot Hutchison 
 

YWCA, 525 N. BONITA AVE, TUCSON, AZ 85745

 

YWCA OF TUCSON

 

MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2017, DOORS OPEN AT 11:45 AM, LUNCH IS AT NOON

 

Register by Wednesday, October 11, 2017

The CDC reported that between 2011-2015, 7.3 million women between the ages of 15-44 used infertility services.  With the increased use of third parties to achieve a pregnancy and continued advances in reproductive endocrinology, our laws are failing to keep up with modern family formation. Dr. Scot Hutchison of Reproductive Health Center will provide an overview of the latest ways in which medicine can help individuals and couples achieve their dreams of parenthood. Heather M. Strickland of MyersStrickland, PLLC will discuss the current legal structure available to families with children born through third party reproduction and why it takes so many lawyers to make a baby.

 

Dr. Scot Hutchison, MD began his career upon graduating from the University of Arizona with a degree in biology. He then attended medical school at the University of Kansas where he earned his Doctor of Medicine degree. Dr. Hutchison’s expertise comes from a robust post-graduate education that includes completing his residency in obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Kansas with a fellowship in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. Additionally, he studied at the acclaimed Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland, and was also their co-Director of Assisted Reproductive Technologies.

 

A Fellow of the Academy of Adoption & Assisted Reproduction Attorneys, Heather M. Strickland is a native Tucsonan and has been practicing adoption, assisted reproductive technology and family law in Arizona since 2005. Ms. Strickland represents birth parents and adoptive parents through the adoption process with compassion and caring while adhering to the highest standards of ethics and professionalism.  In the ART’s area Ms. Strickland helps couples and individuals build their families through egg, sperm and embryo donation agreements, the establishment of parentage, and handles gestational carrier issues. Ms. Strickland is the proud recipient of a 2017 Angel in Adoption award presented by the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute.


Attending the monthly luncheon at the YWCA this month? Please bring unopened packages of pads or tampons to donate to the YWCA’s Project Period.  There is a collection box in the lobby of the YWCA.  You may be thinking, “Hey AWLA – why is the YWCA collecting pads and tampons?” Well, they’re expensive.  They’re not covered by food stamps.  They’re taxed.  Please help out people with periods who cannot afford to purchase them.  For more information, click here.

Looking for an excuse to clean out your closet? We’ve got you covered.  “Your Sister’s Closet” at the YWCA helps underprivileged women get interview and job ready.  Bring your professional clothing to the September or October luncheon (seriously, so easy – you’re already going to be there) and make a difference in our community.  Don’t have any clothes you’re ready to part with (trust me, I get it)?  Feel free to make a monetary donation.  For more information, click here. Want to learn more about the YWCA and/or other ways you can get involved?  Feel free to contact Esther Brilliant at esther.brilliant@pima.gov