On March 7, 2014, the Journal of Law and Health of Cleveland-Marshall College of Law hosted a symposium entitled “Issues of Reproductive Rights: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Policy” in response to recent developments in the regulation of women’s reproductive rights. The discussion about women’s reproductive rights has expanded far beyond the morality of abortion and right to privacy, established by the United States Supreme Court in Roe v. Wade, and has been complicated by new technology, statutory developments, and case law discussing the nature of a corporation. The symposium presenters addressed key legal developments in each stage of reproductive health: contraceptive rights, decision-making during gestation, and legal consequences during pregnancy after a pregnancy has been terminated.
Lauren Orrico and Gordon Gantt Jr.,
Introduction: Issues of Reproductive Rights: Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Policy,
28 J.L. & Health
available at http://engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/jlh/vol28/iss1/4