Fullerton, Calif., April 7, 2008 – Regent Law student Jonathan Penn was awarded $1500 for his winning position paper responding to a delicate issue presented on the subject of embryo donation and adoption. The winning students in Nightlight Christian Adoptions’ 2008 national essay contest carefully tackled the issue of how to handle custody of a child born through embryo adoption after discovering that the egg donor never intended for any resulting embryos to be donated. The detailed problem and winning essays can be read at http://www.embryolaw.org/.
Jonathan Penn placed second and is joined in the winner’s circle by students from Stetson University College of Law and St. Mary's University School of Law.
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