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October 29 7:30PM EDT
As Election Day approaches, don’t forget Justice Ginsburg.
Join us here on October 29 at 7:30PM EDT as we partner with SCOTUS Theater for a panel discussion on RBG’s legacy, her fight for women’s health and reproductive rights, and the future of the Supreme Court.
The panel will be moderated by SCOTUS Theater co-artistic director Lisa Stern.
We will be hearing insights from the following panelists:
Judith Resnik is the Arthur Liman Professor of Law at Yale Law School and the Founding Director of the Arthur Liman Center for Public Interest Law. She teaches courses on federalism, procedure, courts, prisons, equality, and citizenship. Her scholarship focuses on the relationship of democratic values to government services; the roles of collective redress, class actions, and arbitration; contemporary conflicts over privatization; the relationships of states to citizens and non-citizens; and equality and gender. Professor Resnik chairs Yale Law School’s Global Constitutional Law Seminar, a part of the Gruber Program on Global Justice and Women’s Rights.
Cynthia Soohoo is Professor of Law and Co-Director of the Human Rights and Gender Justice Clinic at CUNY Law School. Her work emphasizes inter-sectional identities and barriers to reproductive health and abortion services, including affordability, regulatory burdens, attacks on health providers, and criminalization of pregnant women. She has authored submissions to the U.S. Supreme Court, appellate courts and international forums on access to abortion, forced sterilization and criminalization of women’s reproductive choices.
Imani Gandy is Senior Editor of Law and Policy for Rewire News, where she covers law and the courts, and a host of the Boom! Lawyered podcast. Imani also pens the award-winning Angry Black Lady Chronicles blog and is one of the most brilliant and engaged people to follow on Twitter. She describes herself as a recovering attorney.
Kevin Barry is Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law at Quinnipiac University Law School, and is also the co-director of the law school’s civil justice clinic, which represents low-income clients through a combination of direct legal services and policy advocacy. Kevin’s scholarship and litigation focuses on civil and human rights issues, including transgender rights and disability rights.