Surrogate Parenting Law: The Applicability of LA-R.S. 14 286 Towards Providing a Constitutionally Reasonable and Legitimate Means by Which the State May Address Surrogate Contracts
Southern University Law Review 1986 Fall; 13(1): 125-151
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