Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy's retirement raises questions about the future of Roe v. Wade and how any changes to the federal law could impact women's access to abortion and to reproductive health care more generally. States could play a larger role in regulation of reproductive health if Roe were reversed. Panelists will explore the future of reproductive health care by examining the historical roots of the laws about birth control and abortion and their influence on the present day ethical, moral and constitutional debates.
One hour of Continuing Legal Education Credit has been applied for from the State Bar of Georgia Commission on Continuing Lawyer Competency (cost is $5). To receive credit, attorneys should bring their Georgia Bar number and sign in at the CLE table.