If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice
If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice is a national network of law students and lawyers committed to the promotion of reproductive rights and social justice. Our organization educates, organizes, and supports law students to prepare a new generation of advocates to protect and expand reproductive rights as fundamental civil and human rights. The Columbia Chapter of If/When/How works to further these goals, to increase awareness of sexual and reproductive health issues in the law and in both global and local communities, and to stimulate dialogue on these topics within the Law School. To this end, Columbia If/When/How hosts on-campus events—such as panels, debates, and social and fundraising events—and participates in citywide events with a reproductive justice focus.