If/When/How was started because of a belief that individuals, not governments, have the right to make decisions about their reproductive health. Every person, regardless of gender, race, class, or ethnicity has the right to choose whether or not to have sex, use contraception, or have a child. Today, only a few law schools offer comprehensive education in reproductive rights law and opportunities for professional training are scarce. As individuals, each of us faces difficulties obtaining the education and training we need to become strong, successful advocates for reproductive rights. Together, we can change this situation and become a powerful, educated force that defends and expands reproductive rights in the United States and around the world.