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Navigating Legal Landscapes in Reproductive Health

July 25 @ 8:00 pm9:15 pm EDT

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The EMTALA case brings significant implications that create many questions. Additionally, a new HIPAA rule underscores the importance of emergency reproductive medical care access and patient rights, echoing the foundational principles of HIPAA in safeguarding patient information. Meanwhile, updates from the Supreme Court could also offer pertinent insights, in the evolving landscape of healthcare regulations and patient care standards. Join us on Thursday, July 25th for this important presentation.

Speaker: Alyssa Morrison

Alyssa Morrison (she/her) works as the Reproductive Justice Staff Attorney and in-house expert on reproductive health policy at L4GG. Prior to joining L4GG, Alyssa spent 5 years working in constitutional impact litigation at the federal level with the Constitutional Law Center for Muslims in America (CLCMA). In her role at CLCMA, Alyssa’s practice was focused on challenging racial and religious discrimination in federal trial and appellate courts across the country. Alyssa is admitted to practice in the Second, Fourth, Fifth, Seventh, Ninth, and D.C. Circuit Courts of Appeal and is a member in good standing with the Texas State Bar. Alyssa holds a B.A. from Texas A&M University and a J.D. from SMU Dedman School of law, where she received the Judge Elmo B. Hunter Legal Clinic for Victims of Crimes Against Women scholarship for her work with asylum seekers and refugees at the Karnes City ICE Detention Center and as a student attorney with YMCA International Services.  Alyssa brings her passion for individual liberty and her experience in constitutional law, civil rights and advocacy with her to L4GG.

Speaker: Khadijah M. Silver

Khadijah M. Silver, Esq. (they / them / theirs) brings L4GG over 20 years of experience helping community-led coalitions unearth, understand, communicate, and uproot the causes of systemic injustice. Khadijah most recently served as Communications Director at Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund (TLDEF), where they led narrative change strategy for trans and non-binary civil rights working in strong, respectful partnership with national and grassroots organizations. Prior to that role, they served as a health law and policy journalist with bylines at Medcity News, Above the Law, Law360, Institutional Investor, Popular Science, Refinery29 and more. They spent a total of seven years in the role of Executive Director at grassroots youth advocacy organizations Resilience Advocacy Project and BetterBio, and served in various management and leadership roles at high-impact organizations before that. Khadijah holds a BA from Mills College, JD from Boston University School of Law, and MPH in Health Policy and Management from SUNY Downstate. They are a member in good standing of the New York State Bar.


July 25
8:00 pm–9:15 pm EDT
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Navigating Legal Landscapes in Reproductive Health

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