One year after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade, several corners of the private bar have organized efforts to support abortion access, including Big Law firms that have provided pro bono work as part of the Abortion Defense Network and other firms that have teamed up with New York’s attorney general to answer a legal hotline.

Supporters of these efforts say there is a constant need for more volunteers, noting the challenge of sustaining the efforts long-term after the court’s 2022 Dobbs decision that overturned the constitutional right to abortion.

Jamie Levitt. (Courtesy photo)

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