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Reproductive “Rights”: About to Lose Them or Were They Gone Years Ago? 2022

Product ID: CA3347W
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

This program is an excerpt from the 2021 Annual Constitutional Law Symposium 

The leaked draft majority opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization suggests a very near future without Roe v. Wade. The draft opinion, while not the final opinion of the Court, also portends implications for other constitutional rights and may therefore have broader impact. Regardless of what the final opinion says, it’s safe to expect a flurry of related litigation and legislation nationwide.

You’ll be up-to-speed in time for the Dobbs ruling with Reproductive “Rights”: About to Lose Them or Were They Gone Years Ago. Presenter Susan L. Hays will review the jurisprudence that paved the way for Roe, asses the origins of the constitutional right to privacy, and examine the reasoning behind the Court’s decision in Roe. She’ll discuss post-Roe decisions on abortion regulations and the parallels between reproductive rights and other constitutional rights.

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Thursday, June 09, 202212:00 PM - 12:50 PM CT

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This program is an excerpt from the 2021 Annual Constitutional Law Symposium 

The leaked draft majority opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization suggests a very near future without Roe v. Wade. The draft opinion, while not the final opinion of the Court, also portends implications for other constitutional rights and may therefore have broader impact. Regardless of what the final opinion says, it’s safe to expect a flurry of related litigation and legislation nationwide.

You’ll be up-to-speed in time for the Dobbs ruling with Reproductive “Rights”: About to Lose Them or Were They Gone Years Ago. Presenter Susan L. Hays will review the jurisprudence that paved the way for Roe, asses the origins of the constitutional right to privacy, and examine the reasoning behind the Court’s decision in Roe. She’ll discuss post-Roe decisions on abortion regulations and the parallels between reproductive rights and other constitutional rights.

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This program is an excerpt from the 2021 Annual Constitutional Law Symposium 

The leaked draft majority opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization suggests a very near future without Roe v. Wade. The draft opinion, while not the final opinion of the Court, also portends implications for other constitutional rights and may therefore have broader impact. Regardless of what the final opinion says, it’s safe to expect a flurry of related litigation and legislation nationwide.

You’ll be up-to-speed in time for the Dobbs ruling with Reproductive “Rights”: About to Lose Them or Were They Gone Years Ago. Presenter Susan L. Hays will review the jurisprudence that paved the way for Roe, asses the origins of the constitutional right to privacy, and examine the reasoning behind the Court’s decision in Roe. She’ll discuss post-Roe decisions on abortion regulations and the parallels between reproductive rights and other constitutional rights.

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Susan L. Hays is a lawyer, advocate, and crisis manager based in Austin, Texas, with more than twenty-five years’ experience in law and politics. Her practice now focuses on cannabis law, from hemp to the full regulatory scheme of cannabis, both as legal counsel and as a registered lobbyist. She has drafted license applications, served as the general counsel of a publicly traded, touch-the-plant cannabis company, and most recently was intimately involved in the drafting and passage of Texas’s 2019 hemp law. In 2020, she was named the first cannabis law “Super Lawyer” in Texas. She began her legal career as a legislative aide to a Texas House member. She moved a few dozen yards north to clerk at the Supreme Court of Texas. In the years since, she has represented individual clients, corporations, and organizations in the courts and the political realm, drawing from a broad skill set to employ the best tactics to achieve the client’s goals whether litigation, press strategy, or legislative advocacy.

  • Be prepared for the U.S. Supreme Court’s holding in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health
  • Review the history of reproductive rights jurisprudence
  • Explore the underpinnings of the right to privacy and related rights
  • Anticipate what the future holds for reproductive rights
      •Individual rights and liberties lawyers

 

      •Criminal law practitioners

 

      •Public interest lawyers

 

      •Government lawyers

 

      •Health lawyers

 

    •Anyone interested in learning more about reproductive rights
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