Partner Lori M. Surmay was invited to teach a “Sexuality and the Law” seminar class at the University of Georgia Law School for 2L and 3L students during the Spring 2010 semester. Classes focused on case law as well as contemporary legal issues in sexuality, incorporating news articles and current events along with a casebook. Class discussion was a major part of the course and students wrote a final paper in lieu of a traditional law school examination.
Archive for May, 2010
Both partners of Claiborne & Surmay, PC have become fellows in the American Academy of Assisted Reproductive Technology Attorneys (AARTA). AAARTA is a professional organization dedicated to best practices in the area of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART). To become a fellow, candidates must submit a lengthy application, proving competence in this unique law practice area. Invitations for membership are only extended after a thorough investigation of the candidate and approval by the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys (AAAA) Board of Trustees. Ruth and Lori are also both fellows in AAAA.
Congratulations Ruth and Lori!
The law firm of Claiborne & Surmay, P.C. created a blog to share important news and notes about adoption, assisted reproduction, our law firm and our law firm staff. Here we are! We look forward to sharing news and opinions with you and we want to hear from you also. Please email associate Amy K. Wallas at email@example.com or leave a comment here on our blog.