How to Study Reproductive Rights & Justice in Law School

How to Study Reproductive Rights & Justice in Law School

Branden and Jelena dig into the options available for law students to study and work on reproductive issues.

Show notes

The events of the past week may have some Levelheads thinking about dedicating their legal careers to reproductive rights & justice.

Branden and Jelena dig into the options available for law students to study and work on reproductive issues.

Listen and learn . . .

  1. Which law schools have the most courses dedicated to reproductive rights & justice
  2. How to get practical experience on reproductive rights & justice issues through clinics
  3. What to do if you’re already in law school and there are no course offerings in reproductive rights & justice
  4. Why you might want to join or start an If/When/How chapter on campus
  5. How to land a fellowship after law school to work on reproductive rights & justice

Links and Further Resources from this Episode:


List of All RR&J Law School Courses, Circa 2019


Women’s Studies, Gender, and Sexuality Law Programs


Berkeley-Written Casebook on Reproductive Rights & Justice


NYU Reproductive Rights & Justice Fellowship


Yale’s Reproductive Rights & Justice Project


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