Our Chapters

Our chapters are doing important work across the country, join them!

Since 2003, If/When/How has supported law students across the country in organizing for reproductive justice. As the next generation of lawyers, judges, advocates, and scholars, law students are a highly influential population. Our members understand that the legal system as it currently operates does not create true justice for many, and they are ultimately laying the foundation for the legal paradigm shift that achieving reproductive justice would require.

If/When/How chapter leaders are movement builders: they educate their fellow students on important reproductive justice issues through events and panels, campaign for new reproductive rights and justice courses, and build coalitions by collaborating with other student and community groups. And our chapters engage with their broader communities by doing pro bono work through If/When/How’s judicial bypass program and the Legal Research Initiative.

Contact the If/When/How national office to find out if there’s a chapter at your school, and if not, we’ll give you all the guidance and materials you’ll need to start a chapter.