Costa, Eva Dias

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Eva Dias
Eva Dias Costa
With over 25 years of experience as a lawyer and a scholar, I am an Associate Professor at Universidade Portucalense (UPT), where I teach and research in tax law and bioethics. My work explores the legal, ethical, and social implications of biotechnology, health care, and human rights and how they interact with tax systems and public policies. I am a member of the Board of the Pluridisciplinary Center of Bioethics at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto and of the Ethics Committee of Lapa Hospital, in Porto. I hold a Post-Doc Course degree in Bioethics from Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade do Porto, a PhD in Tax Law from UPT, an LLM in Law from Universidade Católica Portuguesa, and a JD from the same institution. I am also a member of Grupo Pentágono Saúde's advisory board, an independent European Commission expert, and a practising lawyer since 1996. I have been an arbitrator in tax matter at CAAD, authored multiple publications and presented at various conferences on topics related to my areas of expertise. I am passionate about advancing knowledge, promoting justice, and fostering dialogue in interdisciplinary fields.
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IJP - Instituto Jurídico Portucalense
O Instituto Jurídico Portucalense (IJP) é um centro de investigação em ciências jurídicas que tem como objetivo principal promover, apoiar e divulgar a investigação científica nessa área do saber produzida na Universidade Portucalense e nos Institutos Politécnicos de Leiria e de Lisboa, suas parceiras estratégicas.

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    Surrogacy in Portugal: Drawing insights from international practices
    2024-03-13 - Conde, Ana; Santos-Pereira, Carla; Costa, Eva Dias; Araújo, Maria; Domingues, Mariana; Pinho, Micaela; Martins; Martinez de Campos, Mónica; Jayantilal, Shital; Araújo, Rita
    As Portugal prepares to implement surrogacy legislation, it enters a realm fraught with legal, ethical, and psychological complexities. Across the globe, jurisdictions exhibit diverse approaches to surrogacy, reflecting cultural, ethical, and legal diversity. This necessitates a comprehensive understanding of the implications of surrogacy within different legal systems. Moreover, the psychological impact on surrogates, intended parents, and offspring demands careful examination. As Portugal embarks on this journey, it must navigate ethical challenges, ensuring the protection of all parties involved. Furthermore, addressing research gaps and ethical dilemmas will be paramount in crafting legislation that upholds the rights and well-being of all individuals affected by surrogacy arrangements.