Reproductive Equity Now legal interns will support the organization’s policy and legislative work through a variety of legal research and advocacy projects. Interns may be asked to help analyze municipal, state, and federal policy proposals, draft comment letters and advocacy toolkits, and assist in other efforts in support of Reproductive Equity Now’s implementation and compliance work. Applicants should expect a research focus on anti-abortion centers, also known as crisis pregnancy centers, and the current and pending litigation related to regulating anti-abortion centers. Candidates for the legal internship position should demonstrate thoughtful, nuanced legal analysis, both informative and persuasive; strong statutory and regulatory analysis skills; clear, concise, and highly-skilled legal written and oral communication; and a deep commitment to our core mission, values and programs.

If you are interested in participating in an independent clinical placement with Reproductive Equity Now, please submit a resume and cover letter to Liz Solar ( For Fall 2023 independent clinicals please submit resumes by August 18 – the deadline for independent clinical applications will be extended for this semester to allow for placement with REN.

Students who are selected to participate in this opportunity must complete the online independent clinical (IC) application which is available here: Please review this link in order to know what is required to submit the IC application.    

Please note that independent clinical projects are open to 2L and 3L students and do not satisfy the experiential learning graduation requirement.    

J.D students in active F-1 student status cannot participate in Domestic Independent Clinicals because these opportunities are not eligible for CPT authorization.

The fall August 18 has been extended for students applying to the Reproductive Equity Network.

Questions about the independent clinical application process may be directed to