Dear Intended Parents and Potential Surrogates,
Welcome. I’m so glad you’ve taken the step to learn more about working together with ARTparenting — and I’d love to tell you my story…
I’ve been working in assisted reproductive law since 1993. I started this practice with the belief that providing personalized attention and the best care was the only way to work in such a sensitive field. With a back ground in psychology and biology, and in the law, this profession became much more to me than simply acting as an attorney. I created a practice in which, in addition to providing necessary legal services, I help navigate the complex road of surrogacy and other third-party reproduction for my clients, and for the incredible women who help them become parents. This is about so much more than just putting people together for family building purposes. This is about people helping other people; it is about the whole journey together; it is about partnership and trust, on every level. We are here to help everyone involved to ensure the best possible outcomes.
Today, we are still a small firm that provides focused, personalized attention. We choose not to be bigger, because small, intimate, and personal is how we feel tiny new lives should come into this world.
Your care, comfort level, and trust are my top priorities as the professional guiding you. From the moment we have our first conversation until the day the baby goes home, I am there to guide you.
Thank you for taking the first step to learn about ARTparenting. Please let me know how I may use my expertise to help bring about a little miracle — the birth of your baby.
I assure you, if you choose ARTparenting, your care will be my first priority and your interests will be handled with the highest standards of integrity.
Meryl B. Rosenberg, Esq.
Meryl made what seemed to be a daunting process simple and easy. I will never be able to thank her enough for guiding me through this.
MMS, Bethesda, Maryland
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Meryl B. Rosenberg is an attorney in private practice and is the director of ARTparenting’s comprehensive program devoted exclusively to arrangements and all legal aspects of surrogacy, egg donation, embryo donation, and other matters involving assisted reproductive technologies (ART), as well as step-parent adoptions and second-parent adoptions. Meryl has a depth and breath of experience in the ART field, having concentrated on this area of practice since 1993.
An active participant in furthering the education, development, and expansion of the field of reproductive law, Meryl is an innovator and leader in the field of ART. Meryl assisted in drafting Maryland and District of Columbia legislation addressing ART and third party reproduction, and works closely with other attorneys, medical professionals and organizations such as Resolve, ASRM, HRC, and others around the globe to effect positive changes in the law to protect all parties involved.
Meryl was presented with the Sondra D. Bender Community Leadership Award at the Jewish Women International’s Women to Watch gala in December 2013. Meryl is the first recipient of this prestigious award which is given annually to an individual who displays extraordinary leadership in the Washington, DC community.
Meryl is an alumna of the Wexner Heritage Program, The Wexner Foundation, and past delegate for Washington DC alumni.
MERYL CURRENTLY HOLDS THE FOLLOWING LEADERSHIP ROLES:
American Academy of Assisted Reproductive Technology Attorneys (AAARTA), Fellow, Membership Chair, and past Member of the Executive Committee
American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), Legal Professional Group, Current Member of the Executive Board and Past Chair
Cade Foundation, Member of the Advisory Council
International Fertility Law Group, Inc., Of-counsel
Reproductive Law Center, Inc.,
MERYL IS A PROFESSIONAL MEMBER OF:
The American Bar Association, Family Law Section, Assisted Reproductive Technologies Committee
American Society for Reproductive Medicine
The District of Columbia Bar Association
The Maryland State Bar Association, Family Law and Health Law Sections
Men Having Babies, Participant in the GPAP program
The Montgomery County Bar Association, Family Law, Reproductive Law and Technology Section, and Health Law Sections
The National LGBT Bar Association
RESOLVE: The National Fertility Association
Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology
The Tinina Q. Cade Foundation
Member of legal group drafting and advocating for new legislation in MD and DC regarding Collaborative Reproduction
Working group for ABA Model Act Governing ART 2008 – present
MERYL IS ALSO AN ACTIVE VOLUNTEER IN BOTH LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS, INCLUDING:
Israel Engagement committee of the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington, Member
Jewish Federation of Greater Washington, Board Member
Partnership for Jewish Life and Learning in the Greater Washington, DC area, Current President
Tikkun Olam Women’s Foundation, Chair of Governance Committee, Trustee
In addition, Meryl has written many articles on third-party reproduction legal issues, surrogacy, and egg donation. She often speaks on these subjects for professionals in the field, for intended parents, and for those seeking to assist them in building families through ART. She has been a guest teacher at the University of Maryland School of Law on the topic of ART.
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