Posts tagged pro choice
Prof. Jula Hughes (UNB law): The Closure of the Morgentaler Clinic and the Rule of Law in New Brunswick
This dispatch received gratefully from Dr. Jula Hughes of University of New Brunswick Faculty of Law. Please share widely!
I moved to New Brunswick in 2006 to take up a position as an Assistant Professor at UNB. The first time I had a student sitting in my law school office red-faced with anger and streaming with tears, it was not because of a poor grade or a difficult assignment. It was because that student had been refused a prescription for birth control by a doctor in a walk-in clinic because she was not married and therefore wouldn’t be needing it. The reason More >
I cannot shake the raging disbelief I’m feeling about Virginia’s proposed legislation (sorry to anyone who has talked to me in the past 72 hours, I really cannot work through it on my own, and have to rant repeatedly, incredulously, loudly, and with TMI involved).
But thinking about it and following the debate certainly did make me think of Atwood’s More >