If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice


If/When/How is a national network of law students and legal professionals who work together because reproductive justice doesn’t just happen. We believe that achieving reproductive justice will take thoughtful action and strategic activism: acknowledging the intersection of identities, collaborating across disciplines, and working toward a critical transformation of the current legal system. Because ensuring that all people have the right to decide if/when/how to create families depends entirely on if, when, and how hard we fight.

Our legal system should support and advance reproductive justice for all. But all too often, it functions as yet another vehicle of reproductive oppression – we exist to change that.


  • Legal and Public Policy

Internship description: 

The If/When/How undergraduate intern will work closely with staff to get an in-depth introduction to the reproductive health, rights, and justice movements and to learn the ins and outs of how a small non-profit functions. The If/When/How undergraduate intern will work on projects related to campus organizing, online communications, and social media.

She/he/they will also have the opportunity to attend various networking opportunities with social justice advocates and activists throughout the summer as well as travel to the site of our annual Leadership Institute to support this event. This position is perfect for a passionate student interested in social justice.

Internship skills needed: 

  • Highly organized, able to prioritize tasks and manage multiple projects;
  • Impeccable attention to detail;
  • Outgoing, enthusiastic, friendly, and professional;
  • Creative thinker who anticipates challenges, seizes opportunities, and takes initiative;
  • Self-motivated and able to work independently;
  • Open to feedback and able to work as part of a team;
  • Experience in gender equity, LGBTQ liberation, racial justice, disability rights, or reproductive justice preferred.

Languages required: 



  • San Francisco/Oakland, CA

How to find us: 

Oakland, California.The office is one block from the local commuter train, Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART).

Work hours: 


Dress code: 

Business Casual (with an emphasis on casual)

Office building accessibility: 


How many people work at the organization: 

6 full time staff

Are there other interns at the organization during the summer: 

Yes, we host 2-3 legal interns

Internship dates: 


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