Deadline: November 14, 2022.

If/When/How Reproductive Justice Fellowship Program (RJFP) 2023-2024 Opened

The If/When/How Reproductive Justice Fellowship Program (RJFP) is a policy-focused fellowship designed to create entry points into the reproductive health, rights, and justice fields and to enhance legal and advocacy capacity at organizations working to advance reproductive justice for all people. Reproductive Justice (RJ) Fellows gain hands-on policy advocacy experience and work on cutting edge reproductive health, rights, justice issues, particularly as they affect people of color and other marginalized communities. Placement organizations benefit because Fellows bring legal knowhow and an intersectional approach to legal and policy advocacy.

RJ Fellows are paid a stipend and placed with organizations across the country for a year-long program that includes mentoring, professional development, skills-based training, and networking opportunities. Since its inception in 2010, the RJFP has launched the careers of nearly one hundred new lawyers at a score of allied organizations through Federal, State, and HIV Fellowships. If/When/How is proud to partner with the Women and the Law Program at American University Washington College of Law, which provides the academic home for the RJFP.

For over a decade, the RJFP has fueled a growing and powerful group of new legal advocates who are part of a one-of-a-kind legal Fellowship for law school graduates who want to change the face and practice of RJ lawyering. To date, the RJFP has launched the careers of 80 lawyers who have a passion for reproductive rights and justice, placing them at both local and national nonprofits from coast to coast.

This policy-focused fellowship is designed to create entry points into the reproductive health, rights, and justice fields and to enhance legal and advocacy capacity at organizations working to advance reproductive justice for all people. RJ Fellows gain hands-on policy advocacy experience and work on cutting edge reproductive health, rights, justice issues, particularly as they affect people of color and other marginalized communities. Placement organizations benefit because Fellows bring legal knowhow and an intersectional approach to legal and policy advocacy.

RJ Fellows are paid a stipend and placed with organizations across the country for a year-long program that includes mentoring, professional development, skills-based training, and networking opportunities. Since its inception in 2010, the RJFP has launched the careers of dozens of new lawyers at a score of allied organizations and has expanded to include the Federal, State, and HIV fellowships.

Download application information here.

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