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CRR Announces New Columbia Law Fellow

The Center is excited to announce Harvard law student Lisa Kelly as the 2014-2016 recipient of the Center for Reproductive Rights-Columbia Law School Fellowship. …

Center for Reproductive Rights, American Constitution Society Honor UCLA Student Leaders

(PRESS RELEASE) The American Constitution Society for Law and Policy (ACS), in partnership with the Center for Reproductive Rights, will present the second annual

Our Work in Focus

The Center's Law School Initiative partners with law schools and law journals to host scholars' convenings to generate and explore new approaches to reproductive rights and human rights. Events range from informal roundtables where law teachers can trade ideas on how best to address the challenge of teaching reproductive rights to panel discussions and full-day academic symposia which take on cutting edge issues of reproductive health and rights. Whenever possible, we encourage the publication of papers in law school journals and we try to promote the value of bringing-in a comparative and international law perspective to discussions of reproductive health in the United States. Past scholars' convenings have taken place at law schools in Boston, New York, Denver and Oxford, Mississippi. Center staff attorneys also speak at law school conferences, career panels, classes, and other events…
To support and expand the teaching of reproductive health and rights in law school curricula, the Law School Initiative has undertaken a series of regional discussions with law faculty about the challenges of teaching reproductive rights in a traditional law school setting.  The Initiative…
The CRR-CLS Fellowship is a two-year, post-graduate fellowship offered by the Center for Reproductive Rights and Columbia Law School…

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