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Summer Intern Series: Careers in Reproductive Justice

Zoom

Calling all legal interns and law students! Working remotely this summer? Join us for a series of virtual conversations on reproductive rights and justice. You'll have the opportunity to chat with leading repro advocates about critical court cases to watch, intersectional RJ issues, and beginning your career as an RJ lawyer in deeply uncertain times. For more information, email [email protected]

Free

Reproductive Justice & Disability Justice: COVID-19, Criminalization, & De-institutionalization Webinar

Join us for our seventh year of the Reproductive Justice Lawyering Webinar Series, designed to engage advocates with new concepts and developments in reproductive justice. Speakers and RJ Fellows Israel Cook, Nina Gurak, and Jacqueline Tosto will discuss disability justice, the COVID-19 pandemic, and the history and present criminalization and institutionalization of those deemed "different." They will also share the ways our reproductive freedom movements can learn from, support, and advocate with disabled people and recommit to the work of freeing our people from institutions that perpetuate oppression and harm.

Free

Self-Managed Abortion 101

Zoom

Get the 101-level download on self-managed abortion with Kebé and Rebecca Wang from If/When/How, Naomi Desta-Bell from Feminist Women’s Health Center, and a We Testify abortion storyteller. In this webinar we will cover: - What self-managed abortion is, why people choose this method, and the experiences of people who self-manage - Answers to the most […]

Self-Managed Abortion and the Law

Zoom

Learn more about the legal rights people have, and risks they may still face, when accessing abortion care throughout the country. If/When/How staff Laura Huss, Elizabeth Ling, and Kylee Sunderlin will discuss past prosecutions, the current legal landscape, and how to fight for future change. In this session, we'll cover: -The criminalization of self-managed abortion, […]

An Introduction to State Policy Advocacy

Zoom

Leading advocates in reproductive justice will share about their experiences advocating for reproductive health policies on a state level and will provide lessons learned that advocates in other states should apply. Get a grounding in how you can join advocacy efforts in your state!

Risk Assessment for Abortion Support: Navigating legal issues

Zoom

In the constantly changing post-Dobbs legal landscape, it can be difficult to assess risk for you and your organization if you provide abortion support. Our third webinar in our self-managed abortion series will discuss what to consider in this changing landscape, how we define legal risk, best practices when doing a risk assessment for yourself […]

Abortion Criminalization and Care Provision

Zoom

It’s never necessary for a care providers to report self-managed abortion, yet providers are often the trigger of criminalization. Learn how care providers can stop criminalization before it happens, in the fourth session in a series by If/When/How on self-managed abortion. We’ll also discuss policing in hospitals and larger efforts of health care providers to […]

Continuing Legal Education: Administrative Law Part 2

Zoom

Administrative advocacy is one of the most effective tools to ensure the implementation of laws can reflect reproductive justice values. In the wake of Dobbs v. JWHO, administrative law will be a key avenue for abortion access. Note: This event has been approved for 1 MCLE credit by the State Bar of California. CLE is […]

An Introduction to the History of Reproductive Justice

Zoom

Get an introduction to the reproductive justice framework and learn the history of how and why this framework was developed. Also, learn how we can apply this framework in a meaningful way in a post-Dobbs legal landscape.