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EI LIVE! America After Dobbs: How Politicians, Advocates and Voters Are Reshaping Abortion Law
The U.S. Supreme Court’s Dobbs vs. Jackson ruling in June eliminated the federal constitutional right to abortion and kicked off a complex series of executive and legal actions in the middle of critical midterm elections. Who will have the final say: judges, politicians, or voters? Our experts break down what’s happening across America and look at new issues that could redefine abortion rights and restrictions.

Hosted by the Eisenhower Institute at Gettysburg College and the Women's Bar Association of the District of Columbia.

The Eisenhower Institute empowers young leaders to tackle society’s most challenging public policy issues in real-time. Our experts lead students into communities across the U.S. and abroad to see the impact of policy decisions, talk to people who are affected, create innovative solutions and urge decision makers to take action.

Sep 29, 2022 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Tracie Potts
Executive Director @Eisenhower Institute
Tracie Potts is the Eisenhower Institute’s Executive Director. She joined Gettysburg College with a wealth of media experience focused on public policy, along with years of educational advocacy for and with students.
Upnit Bhatti
Board of Directors @Womens Bar Association of the District of Columbia
Upnit K. Bhatti is Managing Associate, Supreme Court & Appellate practice group, at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP. She serves a co-chair of WBA’s Amicus and Advocacy Committees. This past fall, she was WBA’s point person for an amicus in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. Upnit serves as a mentor with the Appellate Project and is a member of the Syracuse University College of Law Alumni Association. With both organizations, she mentors law students and new lawyers.
Anne Douds
Faculty Expert @Eisenhower Institute
Anne S. Douds, JD, PhD is Chair and Associate Professor of Public Policy at Gettysburg College, and the Faculty Expert for the Eisenhower Institute’s Women and Leadership program and the Eisenhower Scholars program. She earned her BA in political science from Duke University, her JD from Emory University School of Law, and her PhD from George Mason University. She is a retired trial attorney with 20 years of experience in civil litigation. Her recent research and consulting work include justice systems evaluations, victims’ rights analysis, and systems analysis of social support programs.