La Trobe Law Associate Professor Fiona Kelly, appeared in The Courier Mail newspaper on 6 November 2016 in an article titled ‘Mums go online to track men who donated sperm‘. In the article, Associate Professor Fiona Kelly commented on the potential legal consequences of parents tracking down their sperm donors years before their kids are legally allowed to trace their biological parents:
There is a real lack of legal clarity around these issues,” [Associate Professor Fiona Kelly] said. “But they are the fastest-growing user group of donor sperm, and this research shows the vast majority have attempted to locate the donor or donor’s family.
The full article is accessible, here.