More than 360 female lawyers, including partners and associates at major U.S. law firms, on Monday shared personal stories about their abortion experiences in a U.S. Supreme Court brief that urged the justices not to restrict access to reproductive health services.

The women who signed the brief, filed by the law firm Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, included “equity partners of the largest firms in the country, counsel to Fortune 100 companies, appointed and career officials in state government, and employees of all three branches of the federal government.” The signatories also included law professors and 40 students, public interest advocates, in-house attorneys and public defenders.

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