The Supreme Court’s recent Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization decision which overturned Roe v. Wade is well-known. But the details of exactly how the law changed and its relationship to society are not. In this panel discussion, experts in the field of law discuss the history of abortion, Dobbs’ effects on state powers, privacy, its impact on health equity, and the future legal efforts to ban abortion nationwide.
Katherine Florey, UC Davis School of Law
Lisa Ikemoto, UC Davis School of Law
Rana Jaleel, Gender, Sexuality, & Women's Studies
Rebecca Kluchin, Sacramento State University
Aaron Tang, UC Davis School of Law
Part of a three-part Conversation Series, America & the States of Abortion.