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If/When/How graphic with a black and white photo to the left that shows a shelf of law report book spines. In the upper left corner is an If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice logo. To the right is a dark blue rectangle with text announcing the 2021 Writing Prize winners. At the top, capitalized in white text is "If/When/How, the Center for Reproductive Rights, the Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice, and the Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice present the." Below this is bold, yellow text that reads, "2021 Writing Prize Winners." Under this is the list of the winners in descending order: First place: "COVID: A Silver Linings Playbook: Mobilizing Pandemic Era Success Stories to Advance Reproductive Justice” by Anna Reed, 2021 J.D. Candidate at Georgetown University Law Center. Second place: "Timing Legal Parenthood" by Noy Naaman, 2023 S.J.D. Candidate at University of Toronto Faculty of Law. Third place: "Fewer of Whom? Climate-based Population Policies Infringe on Marginalized People’s Reproductive Autonomy" by Rachel Zacharias, 2021 J.D. Candidate at University of Pennsylvania Law School. Honorable mention: "Lurking in the Shadows: The Supreme Court’s Unseen Effort to Erode Abortion Rights" by Emily Marcus, 2023 J.D. Candidate at Harvard Law School.
01.5.2022  /   If/When/How Staff
The 2021 Writing Prize for New Student Scholarship in Reproductive Rights & Justice winners focused on the COVID-19 pandemic, climate policy, and other urgent intersections of the law with reproductive justice.... Read more
05.13.2020  /   webmaster
The winners of the 2020 Sarah Weddington Writing Prize for New Student Scholarship in Reproductive Rights Law focused on menstrual regulation, birth rights, decriminalizing self-managed abortion, and other urgent intersections of the law with reproductive justice. ... Read more
04.16.2019  /   webmaster
The winners of the 2019 Sarah Weddington Writing Prize for New Student Scholarship in Reproductive Rights Law focused on HIV criminalization, the "tampon tax," and other urgent intersections of the law with reproductive justice. ... Read more