The increasing incidence of artificial inseminations in the fifties and sixties resulted in a profusion of commentary devoted to the significance of the procedure. Characteristic of the motivations of many writers were the moral, psychological, and social implications of the technique. In contrast, the creative legal response was limited. Paralleling the stagnation of judicial and legislative action in most states, the number of commentators addressing the issue in recent years has been minimal. This comment hopes to focus the attention of legislators on the need to clarify the morass surrounding artificial insemination.
Comment, Artificial Insemination - A Model Statute, 24 Clev. St. L. Rev. 341 (1975)