National Advocates for Pregnant Women is a non-profit organization that provides legal defense for women who have faced legal charges for reasons related to their pregnancy. As the Research and Program Intern, my primary responsibilities involved conducting legal research for the upcoming Supreme Court case Dobbs V Jackson Women's Health, developing a national outreach strategy to create a network of public defenders and legal aid organizations, tracking and analyzing public policy, and state-specific political organizing.
Kilmartin, Quinn, "Pregnancy and Policy: A Summer at National Advocates for Pregnant Women" (2021). Internship Reflection Papers. 2144.
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