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Gain hands-on training and launch your career as a legal advocate.
If/When/How offers opportunities for law students and new lawyers to get practical experience in reproductive health, rights, and justice advocacy. Find the perfect internship or career opportunity in the movement using our Guide to Internships & Fellowships. It’s updated every year and features positions at dozens of allied organizations.
Become a Reproductive Justice Fellow
If/When/How’s Reproductive Justice Fellowship Program is a one-of-a-kind, ground breaking program that places new lawyers at organizations across the country working to advance reproductive justice through law and policy advocacy. Fellows receive intensive training, mentoring, and networking opportunities throughout their fellowship year.
Intern at If/When/How
Spend your summer at the If/When/How national office! We provide our legal interns with a comprehensive orientation and substantive training at the start of the internship as well as mentoring and networking opportunities throughout the summer. Interns research cutting edge issues and develop materials for nationally coordinated campus activism campaigns and educational tools designed to raise awareness of reproductive justice and its intersections with other areas of law and social justice. Summer interns also attend and present at the annual Leadership Institute conference which brings together student leaders from If/When/How chapters across the country.
In line with the values inherent in the reproductive justice framework, and because we believe finances should not determine the work law students are able to undertake, we are proud to offer paid summer legal internships.
Because of If/When/How's RJ Fellowship Program, new attorneys like me and other Fellows -- first in our families, immigrants, of color, women, trans, low-income, and all our own marginalizations -- have an opportunity to make our voices heard where they're needed most.
Mohini Lal, 16-17 RJ Fellow