Not too late for that ethically inclined law and society loved one’s stocking

Nicky Priaulx of Cardiff and Anthony Wrigley of Keele have edited the latest volume in the Ashgate book series, “Ethics, Law and Society.”  Matthew Weait and I have contributed a piece on the ethics of sex with HIV, but the book covers a wide range of contemporary health/ethics/legal questions, including cloning, organ procurement, surrogacy, confidentiality in family courts, informed consent, and the place of child-rearing men in a gendered world.  Robin West says it “provokes, intrigues, and enlightens, suggesting multiple paths for the futures of the related fields of bioethics, the study of care and caregiving, and the ethics and law of reproduction and reproductive technologies.”

Details on the paper and e-book are here.