Please join Santa Clara Law Review on Friday, March 24th from 8am – 5pm for our in person Symposium “Navigating the Post-Dobbs Landscape.”
Hillary Schneller, senior staff attorney at the Center for Reproductive Rights and co-lead counsel in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, will deliver a keynote address on the impact of Dobbs and the future of reproductive rights litigation.
The aim of this year’s symposium is to provide a national forum for the discussion of the impact of the Dobbs ruling on both state and federal abortion laws and the impact on the data privacy environment. The Symposium will bring together some leading experts spanning relevant areas such as constitutional law, substantive due process, reproductive rights, privacy, and others.
The 2023 Symposium will proceed in two stages: First, a series of presentations and panel discussions will be offered in person, on Friday, March 24, 2023. Symposium attendance will qualify for MCLE credit and will be offered without charge or fee. Second, the Santa Clara Law Review will publish the articles of Symposium speakers in fall of 2023.
If you would like to receive MCLE Credit for your attendance at the Symposium, please contact Sundai Iott at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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