WASHINGTON, June 2, 2022 — Experts participating in the American Bar Association Reproductive Health and Assisted Reproductive Technology Access webinar will address access to reproductive health and assisted reproductive technology (ART) for diverse communities, and the financial hurdles for access to abortion services and reproductive technology for LGBTQ+ families. The webinar is part of the “50th Anniversary of Title IX Webinar Series,” which includes two other programs.
Reproductive Health and Assisted Reproductive Technology Access
Sponsored jointly by the Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice, Commission on Women in the Profession and Commission on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and co-sponsored by the ABA Section of Family Law and Commission on Disability Rights
Wednesday, June 8, 12:30-2 p.m. EDT
Panelists for the free, non-CLE webinar include Desireé S. Luckey, Esq., director of policy at URGE; Cathy Sakimura, deputy director and family law director at the National Center for Lesbian Rights; Robyn Powell, senior research associate at the Lurie Institute for Disability Policy; and Amira Hasenbush, founder of All Family Legal will moderate the discussion.
The second webinar in the series, “Transgender Athletes in Competitive Sports,” will be Friday, July 8 from 1-2:30 p.m. EDT. To register, click here. The third program is “Title IX’s 50th Anniversary: Where We’ve Been, Where We Are, and Where We Need to Be,” a live Showcase event at the ABA Annual Meeting in Chicago on Saturday, Aug. 6 from 9-10:30 a.m. CDT.
The ABA Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice provides leadership within the legal profession in protecting and advancing human rights, civil liberties and social justice. Representing over 10,000 members with a wide range of professional interests, the section keeps its members abreast of complex civil rights and civil liberties issues and ensures that the protection of individual rights remain a focus of legal and policy discussion.
The mission of the American Bar Association Commission on Women in the Profession is to secure full and equal participation of women in the ABA, the profession and the justice system.
The American Bar Association's Commission on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI), as one of the four ABA Goal III Entities, leads the Association's commitment to diversity, inclusion and full and equal participation by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons in the Association, legal profession, and society.
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