Abortion in Context Seminar: Politics & Abortion in Texas: State Power vs Women’s Autonomy by Susan Hays

by | May 23, 2016

Susan Hays (Appellate Attorney, Austin, Texas & Litigation Director, Jane’s Due Process) will be speaking about the Texas abortion case now before the US Supreme Court Whole Woman’s Health v Hellerstedt. The central question in the case: does driving 300 miles to an abortion clinic create a substantial obstacle under Planned Parenthood?

Date: May 23

Time: 5-6:30pm

Rothermere American Institution, 1 A South Parks Road, Oxford

This is part of the ‘Aboriton in Context Seminar’ hosted by University College, Oxford. The series examines issues on abortion from a variety of disciplinary perspectives. The seminars are open to the entire university community. Individual papers will be distributed ahead of the seminars on a weekly basis during term. For more information contact: kate.greasley@univ.ox.ac.uk

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