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Bolster and supplement your existing legal education and knowledge of reproductive justice with issue briefs, primers, and reports.
We recognize that most law schools don’t include reproductive justice and intersectional discussions as part of their curriculum. Our primers, issue briefs, and reports help the legal community better understand how law and policies have a disparate impact on individuals and communities. If/When/How is committed to transforming legal education and providing students and instructors with the means and support to utilize an intersectional reproductive justice lens. Take a look.
Newly updated 2017 Reproductive Rights Law & Justice Course Survey. The survey captures the results of sustained efforts by If/When/How staff, students, and alumni, as well as academic allies, to grow curricular offerings and expose law students to important reproductive rights and justice issues. Read moreDownload
Use this event toolkit to help your colleagues understand that racial justice is reproductive justice (and vice versa!) and begin the conversation about power and privilege on your campus and in your community. Read moreEnter Access Code
Overview of reproductive justice issues facing communities of color. Read moreDownload
Comprehensive survey of reproductive rights law and justice (RRLJ) course offerings at all American Bar Association-approved law schools since If/When/How's founding in 2003. Read moreDownload
Updated September 2017! The guide contains listings for legal internships and fellowships at allied non-profit organizations across the country. Each entry includes information about the organization's mission, contact and application information, and details about projects and requirements. Read moreDownload
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