Erin Sougstad received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania and went on to receive her Juris Doctor degree from Georgetown University Law Center. At Georgetown, Erin focused extensively on family law and assisted reproductive technology law, completing an independent study in The Hague’s Surrogacy/Parentage Project on issues arising from international surrogacy arrangements. She has experience in domestic and international corporate law and project finance, as well as in litigation and family law. At Circle, Erin assists clients in drafting and negotiating egg donor and surrogacy agreements, addressing insurance issues and appeals, and establishing parentage rights. Erin is also a fluent Turkish speaker.