[WEBINAR] Abortion Rights: Litigation, Responses

[WEBINAR] Abortion Rights: Litigation, Responses
Abortion Rights: Litigation, Responses and Foreshadowing the Direction of the Supreme Court? 3 NY Credits: 3 PP; Transitional and Non-transitional; 3 NJ Credits: 3 General

Moderators: Matthew Diller
Dean, Fordham Law School and the Paul Fuller Professor of Law; Margaret Sanborn-Lowing and Kate Aufses, Bernstein Litowitz Berger & Grossmann LLP; Richard Swanson, Esq.

Keynote Speaker
: Kathryn Kolbert, Esq., Co- Author, Controlling Women: What We Must do NOW to save Reproductive Freedom; recognized as one of “100 the Most Influential Lawyers in America” by the National Law Journal; argued Planned Parenthood v. Casey before the Supreme Court with “one of the most audacious litigation strategies in supreme Court history.”

  Brigitte Amiri, Deputy Director ACLU’s Reproductive Freedom Project; Professor David CohenDrexel UniversityThomas R. Kline School of Law; Matthew Diller  (Moderator), Dean, Fordham Law School; Greer Donley, Assistant Professor, University of Pittsburgh School of Law; Professor Tracy Higgins, Fordham Law School; Julia Kaye, Staff Attorney, ACLU’s Reproductive Freedom Project; Thomas Lee, Leitner Family Professor of International Law, Fordham Law School; Jenny Ma, Center for Reproductive Rights; Sarah MacDougall, Planned Parenthood Federation of America; Rachel Rebouche, Interim Dean, Temple University Beasley School of Law; Hillary Schneller, Center for Reproductive Rights; Elizabeth Sepper, The University of Texas School of Law; Stephanie Toti, The Lawyering Project

Join us for an in depth look at the state of abortion rights in the Unites States today, with a focus on current litigation, state and federal legislation/responses and the possible foreshadowing of the direction of the Supreme Court.


  • Keynote Address
  • Panel 1: Abortion Litigation
  • Panel 2: Federal and State Responses
  • Panel 3: What Does This Portend for the Direction of the supreme court Generally

Member (with 3 CLE Credits): $45
Non-member (with 3 CLE Credits): $65
Non-Profit/Public Sector (with 3 CLE credits): $25
Non-Attorney (NO CLE): FREE
Students (NO CLE): FREE


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5/4/2022 6:00 PM - 5/4/2022 8:40 PM

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