What White People Must Do to Support #RJ4BlackLives
By Andrea Grimes, Cammie Dodson, Jessica Goldberg, Jill E. Adams, Kylee Sunderlin, Lauren Paulk, Sara L. Ainsworth, and Shireen Smalley
Cammie Dodson: ‘The RJFP Allows New Lawyers to Use Their Skills Creatively’
If/When/How’s Quick Question series highlights the work of our Reproductive Justice Fellows,…
For Lawyers of Color, Collective Liberation Looks Like Mental Health Care
By Dena Robinson, J.D. and Kimya Forouzan, J.D., MPH
By Dena Robinson, J.D., former If/When/How Board President, and Kimya Forouzan, J.D.,…
What We Wish Someone Had Told Us About Law School — Before We Got There
The law school journey can be terribly opaque, especially for folks who…
The Hardest Conversations: My Christian Faith Demands Reproductive Justice
By By Mashayla Hays, Esq., If/When/How Reproductive Justice Fellow at New Voices/Women’s Law Project
Time’s Up for White Saviors: When Allies Need to Step Back
By Monica Edwards, J.D., If/When/How Reproductive Justice Fellow at URGE: Unite for Reproductive and Gender Equity
I Didn’t Pass the Bar Exam. But It’s Just Part of My Michelle Obama Phase.
By Mashayla Hays, Esq., If/When/How Reproductive Justice Fellow at New Voices/Women’s Law Project
Unpaid Internships Keep Women Like Me Out of the Legal Field
By Erin Panichkul, J.D.
The Intersection of Reproductive Freedom with Domestic Violence
By Monica Edwards, J.D., If/When/How Reproductive Justice Fellow at URGE: Unite for Reproductive and Gender
Debunking Judicial Myths on Judicial Bypass and Abortion Access for Young People
By Jessica Goldberg, J.D.
Welcome to Judicial Bypass Week at If/When/How! We’re highlighting the excellent work…