Who we are
We are the Wayne Law chapter of If/When/How. We are part of a national network of law students and legal professionals who work together because reproductive justice doesn't just happen. At If/When/How we believe that achieving reproductive justice will take thoughtful action and strategic activism. Together we acknowledge the intersection of identities and collaborate across disciplines to work toward a critical transformation of the current legal system. We believe that ensuring that all people have the right to decide if/when/how to create families depends entirely on if, when and how hard we fight for reproductive justice in our communities.
What we do
The Wayne Law chapter's goals for the 2016-17 academic year are to:
- Revitalize Wayne Law's reproductive justice community.
- Develop a strong relationship with the national office.
- Educate the Wayne Law community about reproductive justice issues through speakers and other events.
- Engage in volunteer opportunities.
We have a group page available on TWEN for all law students. You can find it by accessing TWEN and clicking "Add Course." We're listed as "Wayne State Law Student Organization: If/When/How."
2018-19 President– Sydney Steele