Among the first of its kind in the nation, the BU Program on Reproductive Justice (BUPRJ) is a groundbreaking, interdisciplinary program housed in Boston University School of Law and focused on advancing the conversation about reproductive justice. If you are a JD student whose passions lie in this critical area of the law, the BUPRJ will provide you with a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the coursework, research, and experiential education that will prepare you to address the complex issues and challenges before the legal profession in the wake of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization (2022).

Co-directors of the Program

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For students interested in focusing their studies on reproductive justice, the customized concentration in health law offers an opportunity to create a path tailored to your interests. This requires the approval of a concentration advisor for the remaining credits (19 total credits are required). Laura Stephens is the faculty advisor for the Health Law concentration, and Aziza Ahmed, Nicole Huberfeld, and Linda C. McClain serve as faculty advisors for the Reproductive Justice concentration.


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