Equal Justice Works Fellow Marissa Schwartz L’22 will advocate for survivors of domestic violence in Philadelphia.
Equal Justice Works Fellow Corina Scott L’22 will advocate for the rights of incarcerated domestic violence survivors eligible for re-sentencing or a new trial in New York.
On the 50th anniversary of Title IX, Prof. Karen M. Tani L’07, PhD’11 shares her insights on the landmark bill from a historical perspective.
On the anniversary of the landmark bill, Prof. Jasmine Harris shares five things to know about how Title IX and disability intersect.
A project initiated at the Global Institute for Human Rights aims to provide relief for survivors of gender-based violence in Brazil – and eventually around the world.
The Regulatory Review recently featured two student pieces concerning the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion on abortion rights.
The American Economic Association has named Dr. Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander Ed’1918, G’1921, L’1927, Hon’1974 a 2022 Distinguished Fellow.
Isabella Hernandez L’24, Co-Chair of If/When/How, a student pro bono project dedicated to lawyering for reproductive justice, reacts to the leaked SCOTUS opinion.
Profs. Roosevelt and Wolff as well as student leaders of a pro bono reproductive justice project share their insights.
Annie Blackman L’22, Co-Chair of If/When/How, a student pro bono project dedicated to lawyering for reproductive justice, reacts to the leaked SCOTUS opinion.
Of the leaked document, Prof. Wolff said that Justice Alito “has crafted an opinion that disregards the lives of women and girls altogether.”
Referencing gay rights decisions, Prof. Roosevelt cautions, “If there are five justices who endorse this draft, it’s unlikely that they will stop with Roe.”