Volume XXIV

Abortion, Judicial Review, and Popular Soverignty

by Rosario Grima` Algora
Women have long resorted to litigation to claim their space in societies and shape the rights that they consider meaningful to achieve equal citizenship stature. This has particularly been the case for the right to abortion. In some instances, litigation was not the sole mechanism used, but has still been a necessary step in the […]

Addressing the Black Mortality Crisis in the Wake of Dobbs: A Reproductive Justice Policy Framework

by Kira Eidson
Black people who can become pregnant and give birth were dying from pregnancy-related causes at rates more than double the national average before the Supreme Court decided Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, and the Dobbs decision is expected to make America’s maternal mortality crisis worse. This Note discusses the expected effects of abortion restrictions on […]