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Get involved in reproductive justice work at your law school.
If/When/How has student chapters on law school campuses across the country, and our chapter leaders are doing fantastic work. The national If/When/How office supports chapter activism and on-campus organizing with user-friendly resources and event toolkits on a variety of topics. We are eager to help you start a new chapter, get your chapter back up and running after a hiatus, send you handouts for tabling events, and so much more. Looking for something specific? Contact us – we look forward to working with you!
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
This event toolkit provides structure for a panel discussion on your campus that explores how access to abortion can be (and often is) framed as a human right, what remedies are available for violations of human rights standards, federal law, and local ordinances, and how those who provide abortion care face a multitude of challenges while defending and fulfilling this right. Read moreEnter Access Code
Use this event toolkit to introduce the reproductive justice framework. You'll find everything you need to plan and execute an interesting and informative event that will educate new and returning If/When/How members, as well as professors, administrators, and community members (including a poster series to help you promote your event). Read moreEnter Access Code
This event toolkit contains programming materials for mini events focusing on the policing and criminalization of pregnant people through punitive policies and practices, including the shackling of incarcerated people during labor, and the imposition of civil or criminal penalties on those who give birth to babies who test positive for substances. Read moreEnter Access Code
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
The Speakers Directory is compiled and updated annually by If/When/How and contains contact information for advocates in the reproductive health, rights, and justice movements who have participated in If/When/How-sponsored and/or affiliated events. Read moreEnter Access Code
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