Liam Davis

Liam is currently completing his PhD looking at the birth registration system and its (in)ability to cater for ‘modern’ families (specifically, trans parents, surrogacy and poly parenting arrangements). He is generally interested in the intersections between medical law, family law and sex/gender – particularly where these overlap with issues around legal parenthood. Alongside this, he is also interested in fertility law, assisted reproduction and surrogacy. Liam enjoys employing a socio-legal, critical and queer lens to his work. As far as his PhD is concerned, he is determined to de-centre and de-prioritise hetero- and cis-normativity as guiding legal and social norms. He is increasingly interested in integrating queer theory within his work more generally, as well as family abolition and what this may mean for the future of family regulation.


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