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CRRJeous Conversation on Black Maternal Mortality

Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice Berkeley, CA

Please save the date for the Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice's inaugural CRRJeous Conversation on Black Maternal Mortality. We will gather on Friday, April 12th at Berkeley Law School to discuss this important topic.  

CLE: Criminalization of Self-Managed Abortion

Please join us for an important webinar on the criminalization of self-managed abortion, featuring the newly expanded If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice team!

My Safety Matters: The State of Title IX in Washington and Beyond

What's the state of Title IX in Washington? How about on the federal level? Join Fajer Saeed Ebrahim, Legal Voice's If/When/How Reproductive Justice Fellow, and Olivia Ortiz, current law student & member of our Campus Sexual Assault Workgroup, for a free webinar this Wednesday at 9:30am! Register at bit.ly/TalkAboutTIX.

Queering RJ: Trans Reproductive Justice

Please join us on May 22 from 3-4:30pm PT/6-7:30pm ET for part two of our Queering Reproductive Justice webinar series, presented by If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice and the National LGBTQ Task Force. Queering RJ: Trans Reproductive Justice will build on the Queering RJ framework from part one of the series.

RJ Lawyering Skills: Administrative Advocacy and Comment Writing

What is administrative advocacy? What is a public comment? How can these tools be used to advance reproductive justice? Join this webinar to learn the basics of administrative advocacy from experienced legal advocates and get tips and advice on how to add this often under-utilized skill to your reproductive justice lawyering toolkit.

Free

Summer Legal Intern Training: New York City

Join us in downtown New York City for a training on reproductive rights and justice! If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice's summer intern training in New York — co-sponsored by the ACLU Reproductive Freedom Project — welcomes law students for a free half-day training on cutting edge issues in reproductive health, rights, and justice from leading advocates. Don't miss this NYC networking opportunity — space is limited, so RSVP today!

Free

Summer Legal Intern Training: Washington, D.C.

Summer legal intern trainings on reproductive rights and justice are back! Join other like-minded law students for a free, half-day training on LGBTQ liberation and reproductive rights and justice. This fun and fast-paced event, co-sponsored by the National LGBTQ Task Force, the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health, and the National Women's Law Center, features a lineup of leading advocates who will speak on a range of cutting edge issues in reproductive health, rights, and justice in speed-dating style roundtable discussions. Students will also have the opportunity to meet and network with speakers over dessert. Space is limited, so RSVP today!

Free

Criminalizing Bodies: How Punitive Regulations Harm Immigrant Communities and Sex Workers’ Rights

Speakers: Kelly Flannery, If/When/How RJ-HIV Fellow, Positive Women's Network-USA Rosann Mariappuram, If/When/How RJ State Fellow, Legal Voice and Surge Join us for our sixth year of the Reproductive Justice Lawyering Webinar Series, designed to engage advocates with new concepts and developments in reproductive justice. These webinars, which are led by If/When/How fellows, focus on emerging […]

Free

RJ Lawyering: Ballot Initiatives

Join If/When/How, Forward Together, and the Ballot Initiative Strategy Center to learn about ballot initiatives, an exciting and increasingly important area in the fight for reproductive justice. Our speakers will provide a national overview of how ballot measures have been used recently to attack reproductive rights, and how they can be used proactively to enshrine protections for reproductive freedom. Tune in to learn more about how ballot measures work as an emerging practice area for RJ lawyering.