Caroline Sacerdote is a Staff Attorney in the U.S. Litigation Program of the Center for Reproductive Rights. She has fought restrictions on reproductive rights in state and federal courts, including through proactive challenges to longstanding, comprehensive abortion restrictions. Caroline joined the Center in 2016 as a Legal Fellow. Before joining the Center, Caroline served as a Ford Foundation fellow with Lambda Legal’s HIV Project, where she worked on securing access to treatment and prevention for people living with and at higher risk of HIV. She received her J.D. from Harvard Law School, where she served as an editor of the Harvard Journal of Law & Gender and interned with the Center for Reproductive Rights, as a 2014 Ford Foundation Summer Fellow; the HIV Law Project; and the Legal Resources Centre in Johannesburg. Caroline graduated cum laude from the University of Florida, with a B.A. in economics and in political science.
Litigation and Advocacy Surrounding Gender-Affirming and Reproductive Health Care: An Intersectional Update