October 3, 2022

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm, Eastern Time

Dobbs: Implications and Advocacy

Zoom: https://miami.zoom.us/J/99316312824?PWD, Miami, FL

This virtual panel event was organized by multiple student organizations: The American Constitution Society, Criminal Law Society, Health Law Association, Human Rights Society, If/When/How, Miami Law ACLU, Miami Law Women, and the Race and Social Justice Law Review welcome you to attend:

Dobbs: Implications and Advocacy

Part I: Dobbs Primer with Professor Donald Jones
Basic primer on the Dobbs decision; legal theories implicit in the decision; arguments in the concurrence and dissent; common misconceptions.

Part II: Implications - Reproductive Healthcare, Privacy Rights, and Criminal Liability After Dobbs with Dr. Ian Bishop, MD, MPH and Professor Caroline Corbin.
Moderated by Professor Donna Coker
Issues such as criminal liability for providers and patients; federal privacy protections; the duty to treat; state constitutional privacy protections; implications for health inequity; access to non-abortion reproductive health services.

Part III: What Now? – Advocacy After Dobbs with Alison Yager (Executive Director, Florida Health Justice Project) and Sawyeh Esmaili (Senior Counsel, Reproductive Rights & Health, National Women’s Law Center)

The pathway to restoring abortion rights: litigation strategies and on-the-ground advocacy efforts; what voters and lawyers can do to help restore abortion rights.

October 3, 2022 6:00-7:30pm
Meeting ID: 993 1631 2824
Passcode: 097386

This three-part event will feature accomplished speakers from a range of fields to achieve a comprehensive understanding of this opinion. There will be time after each panel for a Q&A. Please send in any questions for our panelists by Saturday, October 1st at 5pm using this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc5P8_SB573FCeMTAjTERS9HtGIIgQK4dJRjRq-nnNBb419QA/viewform

We look forward to seeing you at this event!